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Graduating Rams reflect on their Ryerson legacy

  Michael Paolo – electrical engineering It’s Ryerson Rams’ hockey player Michael Paolo’s fifth and final year and his graduation may signify a permanent storage of his skates. “Currently I don’t have any plans of continuing my hockey career,” he says. “I have played hockey for 22 years of my life and I think it’s time to close that chapter […]

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by Ryersonian Staff· · On Campus

Ryerson in the running to host WorldPride events

Representatives from the university and Pride Toronto say Ryerson is in talks to take part in WorldPride Toronto in 2014. “Our plan is to be involved and to have a very supportive relationship with WorldPride in 2014,” said Ryerson president Sheldon Levy. “We hope to have a significant involvement.” An international political and cultural event, WorldPride promotes lesbian, gay, bisexual […]

by Daniela Costa· · On Campus

Ryerson condemns engineering stunt

By Olivia Stefanovich, Samuel Greenfield and Yasmin Jaswal Engineering students who made classmates crawl through the slush of Lake Devo in sub-zero temperatures last Thursday sparked anger and controversy from school administrators and public figures, but they will not be reprimanded for their actions. Student leaders met with administrators Monday to apologize and promise measures to prevent similar events from […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus

RSU members say no to limiting political stances

Ryerson students seem to not care about campus politics. This year’s Ryerson Students’ Union election had an 11 per cent voter turnout rate, and it’s not unusual for meetings to not make quorum. But last Wednesday, a motion put forward not only got students to show up to the spring annual general meeting, but also to heatedly debate the topic. […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus
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