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RSU election candidates allege voting irregularities

RSU election candidates allege voting irregularities

By Anna Cianni and Swikar Oli. The Ryerson Students’ Union’s (RSU) presidential candidates of all three parties say they know election campaigners from other parties illegally pressured students to vote for them, but they each deny their own team is responsible. While the election results have been released, the chief returning officer (CRO) still has to review the results and […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Politics
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
Theft in the RCC

Theft in the RCC

Two journalism edit suite computers from the Rogers Communications Centre (RCC) have been stolen. According to Lesley Salvadori, the Ryerson School of Journalism’s news media technical co-ordinator, the theft happened between 6 p.m. Tuesday and 8:30 this morning. The two computers are the only things that are known to have been taken at this time. The monitors were left behind. […]

by Sawyer Bogdan· · News, On Campus
TRSS to boost student fees if referendum passes

TRSS to boost student fees if referendum passes

The Ted Rogers Students’ Society (TRSS) is seeking approval to hold a referendum for students, asking if they will support a levy increase of $25 per semester, indexed to Toronto’s inflation. Students in the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) currently pay $60 to TRSS in their yearly tuition. If they vote yes, their levy will increase by 83 per […]

by Bianca Bharti· · News, On Campus
Lecture highlights importance of Bitcoin

Lecture highlights importance of Bitcoin

It’s the future of finance and the future of technology. That’s what Antony Chiesa, a third-year business management technology student, had to say about cryptocurrency during his lecture on Monday afternoon. Chiesa is giving six lectures on the topic at Ryerson, and said that it’s better than our current monetary system in so many ways. “A lot of people don’t […]

by Melissa Verge· · Business, News, On Campus
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