The long road stretches forward, but both feet on the ground, walking side by side, the journey is all of ours to take together.
16 Feb 2017

Heeding the Call(s): On Allyship, Being a Good Friend, and Doing Better

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 0
Looking up, through very thick trees, you can just see a spot of light, the sun and sky, but thought tiny it shines brightly.
13 Dec 2016

Beginnings of Knowing: A Story

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 0
Preventing sexual assault activation—an open display of art, housed in a shipping container, set up on Gould street.
15 Nov 2016

How Do You #TakeCareRU: Activism to End Gender Based Violence

Have you done your part to take care of our Ryerson community when it comes to sexual violence? We want to hear about it! The

RyersonSA 0
A large mural on the side of a building, standing between city sky and trees, depicting elements of Aboriginal history and community.
10 Nov 2016

Heeding the Call(s): Myriad Knowledges

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 0
We can see a piece of the road, but the whole path is still unclear, covered. Only time and effort will make it visible.
19 Oct 2016

Heeding the Call(s): Student Affairs and the TRC’s Recommendations

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 1
Fenella takes a break from RUCareerChat to smile for the camera
18 Jul 2016

#RUCareerChat: Origins and LGBTQ People in the Workplace

It was on a Thursday afternoon, around 2PM, while I was chatting with my office roommate, Paulina Nozka, about her success with #ChangChats—a monthly chat

Fenella Amarasinghe 4
The Career Centre chalk wall, covered in rainbow chalk with messages of belonging for all.
01 Jul 2016

A Place to Be Safe: RyersonSA’s Efforts in Inclusive Programming

From June 27–July 1, visit the #RyersonSA blog for Identity Intersections: Building a Proud Campus from the Whole Self, a series written by members of

Jean-Pierre Fernandes 0
ASL spelt in American sign language, the hands coloured as the Pride rainbow.
29 Jun 2016

Deaf, ASL, and Queer between Linear Spaces

From June 27–July 1, visit the #RyersonSA blog for Identity Intersections: Building a Proud Campus from the Whole Self, a series written by members of

Guest Writer 2
A large pride flag billows over a campus on the right track, but with a long journey still to go.
28 Jun 2016

The Ideal Campus

From June 27–July 1, 2016, visit the #RyersonSA blog for Identity Intersections: Building a Proud Campus from the Whole Self, a series written by members

Guest Writer 1
Dreggy ("Drag Eggy", a plush Eggy toy dressed in drag) takes a selfie in front of a Ryerson University sign.
27 Jun 2016

Feeling Proud at the Intersection

From June 27–July 1, visit the #RyersonSA blog for Identity Intersections: Building a Proud Campus from the Whole Self, a series written by members of

Wincy Li 2
Eagerly awaiting the panel to begin, the crowed connects.
24 Jun 2016

Investing in Inclusion: LGBTQ

On June 9, 2016 the Ryerson Career Centre launched it’s Investing in Inclusion seminar series. The series looks to share knowledge and ideas of support

Jean-Pierre Fernandes 0
#OscarsSoWhite
27 Jan 2016

What We Should Learn From #OscarsSoWhite: Broadening The Context

I’m not particularly interested or invested in popular culture, but I do enjoy a good film. I love a good film, in fact, and I

Tesni Ellis 3