Articles by: Miriam Valdes Carletti

Team Unify sweeps RSU election

Team Unify sweeps RSU election

After three days of voting, the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) 2018-2019 election results are in. In an overwhelming win, Unify took over 50 per cent of the votes. Prior to the election results, the Elevate and Rhino parties were underrepresented compared to the sea of Unify pink seen inside the Ram in the Rye. President-elect, Ram Ganesh of the Unify […]

by Miriam Valdes Carletti· · News, On Campus, Politics
(Courtesy Chayonika Chandra)

Where to vote in the RSU elections

It’s the week you’ve either been dreading or looking forward to. The time to vote in the RSU 2018-2019 elections starts tomorrow at 9 a.m. Students can vote in person at polling stations in the ENG, RCC, SLC, TRS, MAC, SHE, POD, KHE, and SCC. The stations will run Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday […]

by Miriam Valdes Carletti· · News, On Campus, Politics
Good Food Centre starts first free breakfast program

Good Food Centre starts first free breakfast program

Thanks to Ryerson’s Good Food Centre (GFC), students are now able to receive free breakfast  at the Student Campus Centre (SCC) every other  Wednesday morning. The program, which officially launched on Jan. 24, aims to serve students who arrive early on campus, but may not be able to afford breakfast or might not have time to make it at home. […]

by Miriam Valdes Carletti· · Food & Health
Career fair criticized

Career fair criticized

Some students in the Faculty of Communication and Design (FCAD) say they aren’t provided with as many career opportunities as those in other faculties at Ryerson. The career centre at Ryerson hosts an annual New Grad Career Fair with the University of Toronto. However, recruiters at the fair are more often based in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) […]

by Miriam Valdes Carletti· · News, On Campus
Midwifery program makes Aboriginal Childbearing course mandatory

Midwifery program makes Aboriginal Childbearing course mandatory

Students in the the Midwifery Education Program (MEP) are now required to take a course called Aboriginal Childbearing. The course was introduced in January 2013 as an elective and is based on Indigenous models of teaching and learning. Cheryllee Bourgeois, who developed the course, said she hopes to help future midwives examine the impact of colonialism on Indigenous Peoples’ experiences […]

by Miriam Valdes Carletti· · News
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