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Professors Hong Yu (in foreground) and Sandra Tullio-Pow
Ryerson Image Centre

CIS Final 8 Championship at Ryerson

Rams win bronze at CIS Final 8
Men’s basketball takes third, women take sixth at national championships

The launch event
Ryerson is the first Toronto university to host the CIS Men’s Basketball Final 8

Tournament prep
The Ryersonian goes behind-the-scenes with the MAC’s general manager to find out how the venue will prepare for the CIS Final 8 in March

Setting the stage
The Ryersonian finds out how the basketball court for the Final 8 tournament is constructed

More than a big deal
Athletics Director Ivan Joseph talks about what it means to host the 2015 CIS Men’s Basketball Final 8 Championship

“You have to have fun,” says Bjorn Michaelsen
Rams basketball star keeps sight of what brought him to the court

Support your Rams
Videographer Dominick Dahl-Lacroix talks to head coach Roy Rana and guard Jahmal Jones about the CIS Final 8 championship

Going graphic
Find out how Toronto advertising agency, BT/A, are creating the promotional material for the event

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  • Imprints Magazine now available online
    Be sure to check out achievements of students, faculty and alumni from the Faculty of Community Services in their annual publication, Imprints Magazine


She inspires

Part of something great


Ryerson Rams women’s basketball head coach Carly Clarke outlines the strengths of this past season and what to look forward to in the next
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  • 100 years of nursing

    The Library has an exhibit on the fourth floor in the Special Collections window and exhibit cases documenting the 100th anniversary of the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association, including a commemorative piece highlighting the 1973 transfer of the Wellesley School of Nursing to Ryerson
  • #RoadFromRyerson

    Follow five graduating students in a series of social updates and blog posts as they share their transition out of Ryerson