Ryerson ranks last among Canadian Universities in first appearance in QS survey

Ryerson continues to rank dead last in Canada at No. 701 in the QS World University Rankings. The results, released Tuesday, bases its rankings on six indicators: academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty student ratio, citations per faculty, proportion of international student and proportion of international faculty. Related stories: Surprise: Ryerson cracks top 10 in Maclean’s university rankings Low QS ranking […]

by Amanda Kline· · News, On Campus

Liberals push for speed on anti-tanning bill

The Liberal party plans to fast-track a bill that will prevent Ontario youth from using tanning beds. Bill 30, also known as the Skin Cancer Prevention Act, was submitted to the House last March, but the Conservative opposition blocked progress on the bill by extending debate on three other bills for more than 55 hours. Health Minister Deb Matthews has […]

by Kim Brown· · News, Off Campus
Sam the Record Man closed in 2007 and the sign is now in storage.

Setting the record straight

Ryerson won’t have to face the music quite yet. A community council motion passed Tuesday that gives the university one more year to find a place to hang Sam the Record Man’s sign. Toronto and East York Community Council, a committee of councillors that makes recommendations on local development to city council, voted 7-4 to pass the motion proposed by Coun. […]

by Emma Jarratt· · News, On Campus
Sign experts slam Ryerson’s excuses

Sign experts slam Ryerson’s excuses

Toronto and East York community council was debating the fate of the iconic Sam The Record Man sign Tuesday, in the midst of contradictory information about how much it would cost to safely reinstall it. The iconic sign, created by brothers Sam and Jack Markle, was installed over 40 years ago and was taken down after the record store closed […]

by Kim Brown· · News, On Campus
All this for only $5 at various campus eateries.

$5 meal deals keep bellies, wallets full

The recent change of Ryerson’s food carrier brings a $5 “Dolla-Ram-A” option at several campus eateries. The promotion offers students a variety of meal options at a low cost. The new meals, curated by culinary maven Joshna Maharaj, are part of an overall shift in food management on campus which began earlier this year with the institution of Chartwells as […]

by a8hameed· · Food, News, On Campus
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