Ryerson was ranked in the bottom bracket of the annual world rankings, behind 24 other Canadian schools. (Ryersonian file photo)

SURPRISE: Ryerson makes top 10 Maclean’s university rankings

Ryerson University has crept up two spots in Maclean’s magazine 2014 university rankings. Released Thursday, the rankings are split into three categories: primarily undergraduate, comprehensive, and medical doctorate. In the comprehensive category, the division in which Ryerson was ranked, the school jumped to the 10th spot from last year’s 12th. The university isn’t ranked in the ‘primarily undergraduate’ category,’ which lists […]

by Mohamed Omar· · News, On Campus
A CUPE supporter holds a sign on his back urging CESAR to return to labour negotiations. (Mohamed Omar / Ryersonian Staff)

In pictures: Union protests against CESAR lockout

CUPE Local 1281 held a rally outside the Student Campus Centre Wednesday to mark 30 days of stalled negotiations with the Continuing Education Students’ Association of Ryerson (CESAR.) Speakers included Local president Saira Chhibber, Ryerson Students’ Union president Melissa Palermo and Winnie Ng, Ryerson’s CAW-Sam Gindin chair in social justice and democracy. Check out some photos of the rally below:  

by Mohamed Omar· · In pictures, News, On Campus
Hudson’s Bay reveals Sochi 2014 Olympic uniforms

Hudson’s Bay reveals Sochi 2014 Olympic uniforms

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, Sports, Top stories
Ryerson grants Councillor Josh Matlow access to Sam sign

Ryerson grants Councillor Josh Matlow access to Sam sign

The Sam the Record Man sign received a long-awaited visitor at its current warehouse home Tuesday afternoon. More than a month after he made his request, Ryerson granted Coun. Josh Matlow’s wish to see the iconic music store sign, under the university’s care after it bought the store location in 2008. “It was fascinating,” Matlow said in an interview after […]

by Sahar Fatima· · In pictures, Music, News
Ryerson trio vital to receiving $3-million grant

Ryerson trio vital to receiving $3-million grant

Three Ryerson professors played an integral role in earning one of the largest grants in school history. Sepali Guruge, Josephine Wong and Souraya Sidani from the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing recieved a $3 million grant from the Movember Foundation. It was awarded for their investigative project focusing on reducing mental health stigma in Asian male communities in Canada. The […]

by Hayley Brauer· · Arts & Life, News, On Campus
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