Because of COVID-19, this year’s design grad show has moved to Instagram and on Facebook — where you can explore and interact with profiles and projects of each of the 36 graduating students of RRC’s graphic design diploma program.
Some of the students are also selling products they designed in the program. Visit their profiles for details.
While you’re at it, check out 2020.rrcdesignshow.ca soon for links to each student’s full online design portfolio. The website will also feature the grad portfolios of students in the Communication Design and Digital Media Design programs.
Walking the Talk
Sit at your desk. Sit on your couch. Repeat. Sound familiar? On Behind the Scenes at RRC, Maryanna Arendse, Academic Student Success Coach at the College’s Portage Campus, talks about her mission to share resources for healthy living with students.
RRC Alumni: Rising to the Challenge
Our alumni continue to inspire us with the work they are doing to adapt their businesses, provide new services, and volunteer expertise to help those in need.
Elder Paul Guimond is thinking of our elderly and those who are sick, so he is singing a prayer song in Ojibwe. He sings for all of our relatives in the spirit world so they hear our voices and help us heal and stay safe.
Where’s Watson? Learning with LEGO!
Creative Communications grad Tyler Walsh gave the Prime Minister’s speech about COVID-19 for children a LEGO makeover. His stop-motion LEGO video went viral. Dr. Christine Watson, our interim President and CEO, asks Tyler how it all came to be and how the video is being used around the world.
Elevate your next dinner with this #RRChomechef recipe: Chef Jon Royal’s Lemon Roasted Potatoes.
You can find the full video of the method up on our Instagram.