Articles by: Aidan Cox

On Feb. 25, Ryerson Students' Union hosted a panel discussion at the SLC with university administration about the 2016 budget.

New gender-neutral change rooms announced at budget meeting

Improving mental health services and increasing the number of gender-neutral spaces on campus dominated the discussion.

by Aidan Cox· · News
Researcher looks through a microscope. (Courtesy National Cancer Institute)

New study finds males underestimate their female classmates

The study found that males in technical fields often think their female classmates are less intelligent.

by Aidan Cox· · News
(Maham Shakeel/Ryersonian Staff) (Courtesy DMZ)

RSU supports CFS plan for free tution

Cormac McGee, vice-president of education of the RSU says he supports the Canadian Federation of Students’ plan for free post-secondary education, “If there’s a sustainable way to do this.”

by Aidan Cox· · News
(Katie Raskina/Ryersonian file photo)

Opinion: RSU’s fight against internships, not a practical solution

“Stop Paying to Work” campaign not feasible for today’s market forces.

by Aidan Cox· · Editorial
Fifth year guard Aaron Best shoots the long jumper over the Carlton defender at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Jan. 22, 2016.

Rye to host Basketball Without Borders Global Camp next month

The MAC will host Basketball Without Borders Global Camp next month, ending with a game against University of Toronto on Feb.14, 2016.

by Aidan Cox· · Basketball, News, Sports
From left to right: Anthony Garcia, Aysha Azeez, Tayyaba Sakhi, Anna Gaber, Naser Malik, Samad Nasim.

Students help Syrian refugees with financial literacy

Enactus Ryerson has committed to providing Syrian refugees with financial literacy workshops this coming March.

by Aidan Cox· · News
Dr. Robert Clapperton, professor at Ryerson's Professional Communications Department at his desk in the Rogers Communication Centre in Toronto, Canada on January 26, 2016 (Aidan Cox/Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson professor promotes social activism through gaming

Robert Clapperton, professional communications professor, created the Global Social Innovation Game (GSIG), a digital simulator that will challenge Grade 11 and 12 students to come up with sustainable business plans that address social problems.