Editorial

There has sure been a lot of coverage around mayor Rob Ford.

Thank you, Mayor Ford

By Dillon Rahkola Ryersonian Staff Ever since Toronto police recovered a digital video file that allegedly shows Toronto’s Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine, the city has been in the international media’s spotlight. All eyes were on our dear leader last week when he made front-page news, surprising everyone by admitting, for the first time, that he has smoked crack […]

by Dillon Rahkola· · Editorial, Opinion
Is Ryerson’s student-athlete code of conduct too strict?

Is Ryerson’s student-athlete code of conduct too strict?

Last week, The Ryersonian broke the news that the Ryerson men’s hockey team was dealt a one week suspension. Why the harsh suspension? The team was penalized for doing something that many other Ryerson students did that weekend: drink. On the weekend of Oct. 18 during a pre-season trip to New Jersey to play the Princeton Tigers, team members admitted […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion, Uncategorized
Ryerson should give interns a break

Ryerson should give interns a break

By Sarah Warne Ryersonian Staff Internships are dangerously popular. Employers are always willing to accept students, teach us the ropes, pat us on the back and move on to the next batch. After all, we work for free — what company wouldn’t want to take advantage of this? As a journalism student, I am grateful Ryerson has connections with some […]

by Sarah Warne· · Editorial, Opinion
The RSU is ineffective

The RSU is ineffective

The executive members of the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) are out of touch with the students they purport to represent — and the union hasn’t noticed, refuses to admit it or doesn’t care. Last Thursday’s failed rally in protest of the high cost of tuition proves it. On Oct. 31, the RSU pitched a red tent outside of the Student […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
Ryerson’s identity crisis is taking over the streets

Ryerson’s identity crisis is taking over the streets

Ryerson can’t seem to catch a break this semester when it comes to making improvements and honouring heritage on campus — and it’s the school’s own doing. Our campus is having an identity crisis: Do we embrace the history of downtown Toronto when planning for Ryerson’s future, or disregard the past to start the next chapter in the history books? […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
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