Sign in
The Top 25 Ryerson University Problems

Photo cred - Stefano Giacomelli

If you are a Ryerson University student on Twitter and have not already done so, you need to be following @RyersonProblems. Seriously, go now, do it, I'll wait.

The account, started in 2011 by a student, serves as an outlet for students to vent their issues with the school in a way that is not only therapeutic but entertaining as all hell for the rest of us. The student who started the account has since graduated and passed the account on as to keep in it in the family for many years and graduating classes to come. It currently houses over 4800 followers and over 5,000 tweets of pure frustration, general commentary and just overall hysterical observations.

Here are some of the best of the worst.

Click here for The Top 25 Ryerson University Problems >

1. Drizzy understands the struggle.

2. Nothing beats a Maury meme.

3. Just a five minute power nap and then I'll start studying, I swear.

4. Straight up, Ted Rogers has to be the third most confusing building on campus, after Sally Horsfall and Eric Palin Hall.

5. I'm just trying to get to class, not do 15 minutes on a stair master.

6. Except I paid for those chairs so I will god damn do as I please.

7. This dude is my freakin' hero.

8. It's like the professors want you to fail hard.

9. Just a regular day at Ryerson's downtown campus

10. The giant white horse head we get but dude, a blue unitard? really?

11. Some days you just gotta do what you gotta do

12. Exam season in the library is a losing battle

13. #NeverForget the yellow brick road saga of 2013-2014.

14. How to get a Ryerson student institutionalized 101.

15. Who doesn't freakin' love this guy? Do your thang man, do your thang..

16. Things that are never, ever, ever acceptable for 500.

17. They should be paying us to keep coming to school after that.

18. Casual

19. May the odds be ever in your favour.

20. Requires zero effort or mental competence.

21. When math becomes acceptable and necessary.

22. Leave it to Rye to find the most dramatic way to ever have finals.

23. The most infuriating epidemic of 2014. #ShowMeTheMoney.

24. Someones mother needed to spank them more as a child.

25. Veraaaaaay nice, how much?

For more on all things Toronto, pop culture or just generally sassy commentary, follow Taylor on Twitter @TaylorOliviaMc

Looking for more? Click here for 7 Real Struggles Of Dating A Girl From Toronto

Stay Informed
Get Toronto's latest and greatest stories every day straight to your inbox.
Courtesy of Hudson's Bay

Hudson's Bay is kicking it old school and bringing Zellers back from the archives for a pop-up shop in Ontario.

Fans of the closed-down retail chain can relive its glory days at the pop-up in Burlington Mall and score some signature Zellers apparel, toys, and more.

Keep Reading Show less

Toronto is one of the most desirable places to live in Canada, but how it compares to all the other top cities in the world is a much deeper question. Thankfully, we now have the answer.

According to the World's Best Cities report, an acclaimed ranking of urban hot spots by Resonance Consultancy, the 6ix is currently named the 18th greatest global destination. Toronto beat out all other Canadian cities by a country mile, including Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary, which took the 46th, 48th and 49th spots respectively.

Keep Reading Show less

Justin Trudeau won last night's 2021 federal election with a minority government, and here's everything that's happened in Toronto in the last 24 hours.

From long lines to city officials' responses and where ridings stand as votes continue to be counted from mail-in ballots.

Keep Reading Show less

If you're a major stan of Drake and The Weeknd, Ryerson will soon be offering a class all about these Toronto icons.

Ryerson or "X University" — which will soon have an official name change — will be hosting a course called "Deconstructing Drake and The Weeknd" by Dalton Higgins this coming winter semester in 2022. Dalton Higgins is an award-winning hip-hop journalist and pop culture lecturer who has authored six books, including the definitive biography of Drizzy, Far From Over: The Music and Life of Drake.

Keep Reading Show less