About the Ryerson Social Work Student Union Blog

We are the online paper & community for the Ryerson Social Work Student Union! The blog exists to share ideas, create a community as well as update you on all the events occurring through the Social Work Student Union.
Please feel free to contact us at:



Communications Executive:
Erin Reeve-Newson

We are always looking for new writers, photographers & layout designers! If you’re interested in any of the positions or any new ones you would like to suggest, feel free to email us!

Also feel free to email us articles, events, images or news that you would like this blog to feature!


One thought on “About the Ryerson Social Work Student Union Blog

  1. Hi! My name is Harleen Bhogal, Wenyi told me about this website and it makes me very excited! I am a fourth year social work student, and would love to contribute my stories/events/etc. Here is an event I am currently participating in:

    On February 23, I’m going to lace up my boots and walk 5km in the Coldest Night of the Year. As part of this wonderful fundraiser, I’ll be joining up with thousands of other Canadians walking to raise funds for Canadian charities who serve the hungry, homeless and hurting in our community.

    I will be walking with the Dam Youth Drop-In in Mississauga.

    I would appreciate it with all my heart if you could donate by going to the link below and clicking the “sponsor me” button. Any amount is appreciated!


    Thanks for your warm support – it’s colder than we think out there.

    For more information, visit http://coldestnightoftheyear.org/location/Mississauga

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