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Alternative Spring Break (ASB)

ASB Ryerson is an entirely student-run and locally operated group. ASB can be simply described as travelling with a purpose. Ryerson students volunteer their time and work in developing countries while they experience and learn from another culture. The program is open to all faculties, giving students an opportunity to learn from other team members' perspectives, as well as their own experience on the project.

The ASB requires dedication, enthusiasm, and hard work, but it is exciting and life-changing; not only for you, but for those you will be helping overseas. It inspires and challenges you every day, while altering your perceptions of this world and your place in it. ASB is simply an
amazing experience.

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Contact: asb@ryerson.ca

Arteries Undergraduate Research Conference

Join the Arteries Committee! We are looking for enthusiastic faculty and student volunteers to plan the annual Arteries Undergraduate Research Conference. The conference is held in March and showcases the ideas and work of Ryerson students enrolled in programs and courses administered by the Faculty of Arts. We are looking for program representatives; submission coordinators; fundraisers; event planners; and general volunteers. Not enough time? Your level of involvement is up to you.

Why join? It looks great on a resume, and you'll have opportunities to network and be a
team leader.

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Contact:  arteries@arts.ryerson.ca

The Continuist

Hello Faculty of Arts students! The Continuist is your Faculty of Arts magazine, and we want to share your artistic efforts and build a creative community beyond your Ryerson classrooms. Our theme this year is The Hunger: working with the passions that motivate you to create and express. Whatever moves you to put pen to paper, film in your camera, or tune your piano, we want to know about it!

We've set up a new blog to ensure that you can send us your work throughout the year, as often as you like. This can range from a long-time project to your in-class doodles to YouTube links – we want it all! Please send anything and everything to thecontinuist@gmail.com.

Join us on Facebook for more updates! We have some exciting plans in the works for our events, so keep your ear to the ground!

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History Club

The RHC (Ryerson History Club) creates a community for Ryerson students interested in history. We aim to be equally social and academic – a healthy mix of pub nights, movie nights, and more pub nights, as well as guest lectures and events at historic sites around Toronto. Join our Facebook group (look for the RHC – Ryerson History Club) to help put some names to faces, and check back at this website regularly for news. Finally, if you're interested in getting involved with the club on a more organizational or administrative level, we still have spaces available on our "Board of Directors". Even if you just have a suggestion, or a contact for a potential guest lecturer, we'd love to hear from you!

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Contact: ryehistorysociety@gmail.com

Philosophy Club

The Philosophy Club is interested in philosophical issues as well as critical and literary theory. Members are planning an exciting variety of upcoming projects, including seminars and special guest lectures. The Philosophy Club is a RSU student group.

Contact: phiclub@rsuonline.ca