Oakham House Societies
Oakham House Societies are community based and focused organizations who aim to promote awareness of, and participation in non-academic, cultural and recreation activities with the overall goal of enriching the cultural experience of Ryerson community members. Societies comprise their membership and leadership from, and target their events and activities towards Ryerson students, staff, faculty, alumni, and other member of the Ryerson community.
Ryerson Community Theatre (formerly Oakham Amateur Campus Theatre)
Ryerson Community Theatre (formerly Oakham Amateur Campus Theatre) provides an opportunity for any student interested in theatre to be involved in major amateur productions. The group mounts at least one festival style production annually; aspiring directors, actors, tech crew, stage crew and playwrights. No experience necessary!
Visit Ryerson Community Theatre's website for more information.
To find out more about our upcoming events contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
McClung's Magazine Society
McClung's magazine is Ryerson's voice for women. Published twice a year, McClung's goes beyond what typical mainstream media has to offer, and offers in-depth examination of the issues that affect women today. The magazine is a tribute to Nellie McClung's work towards the women's movement.
To find out more, visit www.mcclungs.ca
Oakham House Choir
Oakham House Choir is one of the longest running, and one of the relatively few, Toronto choirs in which amateur singers perform with a professional orchestra. Based at Oakham House, we have 65-80 members – including Ryerson students, alumni, current and retired faculty, as well as outside community members. We perform major choral works in at least two concerts each year, accompanied by the Toronto Sinfonietta chamber orchestra. We welcome new student members – come and sing with us in 2016/17!