By Brynn Farren Haunted by horrifying visions of the future? If you’re a soon-to- be graduate of any arts program at Ryerson, this might be the case. Stephen Dunn is an award- winning director and a graduate from Ryerson University’s film program. He recently held a screening at Ryerson for his award-winning film Closet Monster that took home the award […]
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Justin Trudeau is going to use this as a reason for everything now.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party won a resounding victory on Monday in a political sea change that could deliver bigger grants and delayed interest payments to students across Canada. Ryerson professors Olivia Chow and Jacqui Gingras were defeated.
Ryerson didn’t submit information to the annual QS World University Rankings again this year despite president Sheldon Levy saying it was a “mistake” last year. The 2015 rankings, released last week, put the university in last place out of all the Canadian schools on the list for the third year in a row.
The majority of undergraduate students in Toronto plan to vote in the next federal election. But these same students don’t know who currently represents them in the House of Commons. A recent poll jointly conducted by Ryerson University’s School of Journalism and department of politics and public administration indicates that three out of five undergraduate students in Toronto are either […]
(video report from Beza Getachew, Ryersonian staff) This story has been modified to reflect changes in graph seven, regarding Unite Ryerson’s comment. Change has rolled across the campus from the corner of Dundas and Mutual streets to College Park. All executive candidates on the Transform RU slate won their bids in the 2015 student elections, starting with the Andrea Bartlett, who will become president of […]
It’s RSU Election Night. Unite Ryerson, Transform RU and one independent candidate, Joshua D’Cruz, will learn their political fates tonight in one of the most hotly contested elections in years. This year’s campaign has seen lots of activity and also some controversy. Unite’s candidate for vice-president education, Zidane Mohamed, was forced to apologize for comments he made on Facebook and […]
Ryerson’s bachelor of journalism program may have a new look in 2015. If the journalism school council approves a proposed new curriculum next week, incoming changes like more multimedia training in first and second year and new courses for fourth-year students will better prepare students for the needs of the changing industry. According to Gerd Hauck, dean of the faculty […]