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See what’s happening across the blog.ryerson.ca network!

  • As part of the work I’ve been doing in this space I’ve collected a reasonable, working bibliography that might be […]
  • Choropleths are great-looking maps, my favourite thematic map type! They use graduated colour schemes to fill areas (the spatial units […]
  • Why Germans are more concerned than most about a COVID-19 lockdown I have never been a supporter of Germany’s conservative […]
  • Why studying Applied Geography is more important than ever Today was going to be Ryerson University’s Open House for prospective […]
  • I was tasked to create a children’s book from scratch with the only requirement being the necessity of the word […]
  • After the pink Mercedes drawing, I feel like I’ve gotten more comfortable in the digital drawing realm. At this point, […]
  • I love racing games. I played a lot of kart racing and arcade racing games for a while, but never […]
  • A short informational video I made that informs about the harms of feeding bread to ducks. This is the first […]
  • An anti vape PSA poster created using InDesign and Photoshop.
  • As of today, March 17, the SLC will remain closed to both Ryerson students and the general public for an […]