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MPP Vic Fedeli chosen as interim leader of PC party

MPP Vic Fedeli chosen as interim leader of PC party

MPP Vic Fedeli was chosen as interim leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives on Jan. 26, after Patrick Brown’s resignation following sexual misconduct allegations.   On Thursday morning following the resignation, Ryerson’s Campus Conservatives made a formal statement. They said, “In response to the unfortunate news and allegations brought to light last night, we would like to assure Ryerson students that […]

by Jenna Miguel· · News, Off Campus, Politics
Men’s issues group take RSU to court

Men’s issues group take RSU to court

Members of the Men’s Issue Awareness Society (MIAS) go up against the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) in court this Wednesday after being rejected for campus group status in 2015. The MIAS will have their case heard alongside two other student groups, one from the University of Toronto Mississauga and the other from Durham College and the University of Ontario Institute […]

by Madeleine Binning· · News, On Campus, Politics
OHIP+ will not affect RSU’s Health and Dental Plan

OHIP+ will not affect RSU’s Health and Dental Plan

With the new Ontario Health Insurance Plan Plus (OHIP+) program, Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) doesn’t intend on making any changes to its current health/dental plan. As of Jan. 1, 2018, the new OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare plan covers 100 per cent of prescription drug costs for those under 25. The current RSU health plan covers only 80 per cent […]

Why Lauren Emberson left the RSU

Why Lauren Emberson left the RSU

After resigning from the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) as vice-president student life & events, Lauren Emberson wrote an open letter telling students why she left. Emberson was the first person to resign from a leadership position due to personal conflict in over a decade at the RSU. She said she felt a responsibility to open up about the reasons for […]

by Olivia Maeder· · News, Politics
Ryerson’s upcoming law school: Coding boot-camps and law entrepreneurship

Ryerson’s upcoming law school: Coding boot-camps and law entrepreneurship

Ryerson University is on track for creating a new generation of lawyers. With a focus on technology, innovation and entrepreneurship, Ryerson’s upcoming Juris Doctor (J.D.) program is positioning itself as a unique alternative to existing law schools in Ontario. Students will use classroom technology to innovate and participate in a mandatory coding boot-camp. “Coding is so central to understanding the […]

by Rasha Rehman· · education, News, On Campus, Politics, students
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