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Photo courtesy of Team Unify. Team Unify, who was voted onto the BOG as student representatives from left to right: Savreen Gosal, Obaid Ullah, and Salman Faruqi.

Team Unify wins the 2018 BoG elections

Team Unify has won the 2018 Board of Governors (BoG) elections. Obaid Ullah, Savreen Gosal and Salman Faruqi are taking over as student representatives. Some of their plans, according to the Team Unify platform, include revitalizing Ryerson’s athletic facilities, prioritizing support for spiritual groups on campus and working to make BoG reports more accessible. Team Unify has confirmed it won the […]

by Ryan Tuchow· · News, On Campus
Former U.S. vice-president Al Gore praised the climate change initiatives that Premier Kathleen Wynne has put in place for Ontario. Photo by Truman Kwan.

Al Gore visits Ryerson

Former U.S. vice-president Al Gore said that youth are the future of climate change action and urged students from Ryerson and schools across the GTA to get involved. Gore sat down with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne Thursday morning at Ryerson’s Mattamy Athletic Centre in a facilitated discussion about climate change. Ryerson students, as well as students from certified EcoSchool elementary […]

by Loredana Segota· · News, On Campus, Politics
Ryerson Reacts: International Women’s Day

Ryerson Reacts: International Women’s Day

Ryerson students speak about International Women’s Day and what it means to them. 

by Matthew Chin· · News, On Campus
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In honour of International Women’s Day, we asked Ryerson students what the day meant to them and who they are celebrating for. Here’s what they said. Justina Kewal, first-year, Politics “It’s important to remember everything women have achieved throughout history.” Alessandro Cotognini, first-year, Business Management “We have to pay more attention to the women in our lives and give them […]

Photo by David Lao

Students react to Tim Hortons cuts on campus

First-year film student Sydonnae Simon’s response to the closing of five Tim Hortons on campus beginning this summer is simply put, “tragic.” The five locations on campus that offer student-friendly menu items like dollar doughnuts, breakfast bagels and reasonably priced coffee will be replaced by Ryerson-branded coffee outlets and a Starbucks self-serve. The location at the corner of Dundas and […]

by Harleen Sidhu· · News, On Campus
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