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Team Unify sweeps RSU election

Team Unify sweeps RSU election

After three days of voting, the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) 2018-2019 election results are in. In an overwhelming win, Unify took over 50 per cent of the votes. Prior to the election results, the Elevate and Rhino parties were underrepresented compared to the sea of Unify pink seen inside the Ram in the Rye. President-elect, Ram Ganesh of the Unify […]

by Miriam Valdes Carletti· · News, On Campus, Politics
RSU budget troubles, CFS, take centre stage at candidates’ debate

RSU budget troubles, CFS, take centre stage at candidates’ debate

By Olivia Maeder and Rasha Rehman Financial plans, Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) membership and improving toxic work environments were front and centre at the Ryerson Students’ Union’s (RSU) 2018 student election debate Monday evening. The Elevate, Rhino and Unify slates all came out to the Eaton Lecture Theatre in the Rogers Communications Centre to pitch their final message to students […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Politics
Rhino party grows up

Rhino party grows up

Ryerson’s annual student union elections come to a close on Thursday and it will be clear how well each slate’s campaign translated into votes. When walking around campus, one thing quickly becomes quite clear. It’s that team Unify, led by Ram Ganesh, and team Elevate, led by Susanne Nyaga, are the two slates with the most vocal support and biggest […]

by Jack Hopkins· · News, On Campus, Politics
Photo courtesy of Chayonika Chandra

Where to vote in the RSU elections

It’s the week you’ve either been dreading or looking forward to. The time to vote in the RSU 2018-2019 elections starts tomorrow at 9 a.m. Students can vote in person at polling stations in the ENG, RCC, SLC, TRS, MAC, SHE, POD, KHE, and SCC. The stations will run Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday […]

by Miriam Valdes Carletti· · News, On Campus, Politics
Ryerson’s response to global refugee crisis

Ryerson’s response to global refugee crisis

Mohammed Malek was two years old when he left Iraq in a sack on the back of a donkey. Along with his family, the first-year nursing student was forced to leave his home country because of the fear of persecution due to his father’s Kurdish lineage. “We had to cross the mountains into Iran because at the time, it was […]

by Jessica Valeny· · News, Off Campus, Politics
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