Articles by: Greg Hanna

A new study says university graduates don't have the essential skills necessary for the workforce. (Ryersonian)

New grads lacking essential skills

Ryerson University is expressing interest in a pilot program that will assess whether new graduates are prepared for the workforce. The program is a result of a study, conducted by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO), that found that new university and college grads were lacking essential skills like problem-solving and math. Ryerson hopes to be a part […]

by Greg Hanna· · News, Off Campus, On Campus
Black Lives Matter Toronto to lead this year’s Pride parade

Black Lives Matter Toronto to lead this year’s Pride parade

Black Lives Matter Toronto will lead this year’s Pride parade in an effort to highlight the activism of black queer and trans people in Toronto.

by Greg Hanna· · News
(Jenn McNaughon/Ryersonian Staff)

O Canada should be more inclusive

The lyrics of the Canadian anthem exclude women and non-Christian citizens.

by Greg Hanna· · Editorial, Opinion, Politics
RSU Board of Directors member resigns, says union lacks transparency and accountability

RSU Board of Directors member resigns, says union lacks transparency and accountability

A member of the Board of Directors of the Ryerson Students’ Union has resigned over what she says are failures by the board and the RSU executive to act in an open and accountable way. In a Facebook post Tuesday night, Angelyn Francis said she stepped down because she believes the RSU lacks “transparency and accountability.” “I am resigning from the Ryerson Students’ […]

by Greg Hanna· · News
Ryerson’s new interim president, Mohamed Lachemi  meets  students on Jan. 20, 2016.

Ryerson University’s Winter Welcome with Mohamed Lachemi

Students meet with Ryerson’s new interim president, Mohamed Lachemi on Jan. 20, 2016.

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