After Laura Poitras received encrypted emails from someone with information on the government's massive covert-surveillance programs, she and reporter Glenn Greenwald flew to Hong Kong to meet the sender, who turned out to be Edward Snowden.
When fourth-year nursing student Toby Stevens-Guille first received naloxone training during a clinical placement at St. Michael’s Homes, an addictions treatment centre in Toronto, he was immediately struck by its importance for saving lives.
Ryerson students, faculty and staff can have their say about classroom designs of the future during a series of town halls organized by the Learning and Teaching Office (LTO) and Facilities Management and Development (FMD).
org_that_issued_releaseRyerson Universityrelease_date2018-07-20paste_release_hereAbleism and colonialism are closely entwined in the history of our country—and our education systems. Are we advancing these forces through our unexamined assumptions?