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More diversity added to the Tri-Mentoring Program

More diversity added to the Tri-Mentoring Program

The Tri-Mentoring Program (TMP) at Ryerson has introduced a new distinct group to its program, giving students from various backgrounds a chance to get involved with other students and/or career advisers. The inclusion of specific ethnic and equity groups gives more opportunities for students to relate to other students with similar backgrounds. Muslim women group mentoring has taken over from […]

by Jenna Miguel· · News, On Campus
Consent week climaxes with pleasure and sex-themed trivia

Consent week climaxes with pleasure and sex-themed trivia

Students played sex trivia and pleasure-themed games at the Ram in the Rye on Jan. 25 to wrap up Ryerson’s very first consent week. The Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education (OSVSE) hosted “Consensual: Exploring Consent and Pleasure” to bring awareness to topics surrounding sexual health, flirting and pleasure. Sexual health educator and Ryerson graduate, Samantha Viarruel, hosted the […]

by Jessica Valeny· · News, On Campus
Bruce McArthur, alleged serial killer, charged with three new counts of murder

Bruce McArthur, alleged serial killer, charged with three new counts of murder

Bruce McArthur, who police are now describing as an “alleged serial killer,” has been charged with three additional counts of first-degree murder. The three new murder charges are in relation to the deaths of Majeed Kayhan, 58, whose disappearance was investigated by Project Houston when he was reported missing in October 2012; Soroush Marmudi, 50, who was reported missing in […]

by Anna Cianni· · News, Off Campus, Ward 27
Condo tower to replace restaurant block on Dundas and Church

Condo tower to replace restaurant block on Dundas and Church

Jeff Sato, owner of Tacos 101 on Dundas and Church streets, wasn’t surprised when he got an eviction notice from his landlord asking him to clear out his restaurant this year. He was, however, taken aback by how early he was expected to leave. “They told us that it was probably going to be next December, so it was a […]

by Nida Omar· · News, Ward 27
Nursing students forced to pay to work at placements

Nursing students forced to pay to work at placements

Fourth-year nursing students in their final semester are paying for their clinical placements, and some students are not happy about it. Students at the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing are paying a full semester’s tuition to complete 350 hours of clinical training between January and April. Throughout this, they are only enrolled in one class at Ryerson. This means they […]

by Jessica Valeny· · News, On Campus
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