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Oakham Café closed due to continued renovations. (Kevin John Siazon)

Oakham Café staff strapped for shifts

Oakham Café workers are feeling pinched for shifts after prolonged renovations. They  have been sharing shifts with the staff of the Ram in the Rye since the beginning of orientation week. “The Ram has absorbed the staff of the café, so it’s really over staffed,” said an Oakham House employee, who wished to remain anonymous. Oakham Café was scheduled to […]

by Olivia Chandler· · Food, jobs, News, On Campus, students
The unofficial Ryerson Men’s Issues Awareness Society has a Facebook page as well.

RSU: Men’s issues group rejected over safety concerns

RSU president told The Ryersonian the group’s application for official status rejected for failing to provide sufficient guarantees it won’t become a radical men’s rights group

by Latifa Abdin· · On Campus
The unofficial Ryerson Men’s Issues Awareness Society has a Facebook page as well.

RSU rejects men’s issues group application

Kevin Arriola’s application for group status was rejected by the Ryerson Students’ Union but he doesn’t know why.

by Latifa Abdin· · On Campus, students
The statement posted on the Ryerson Students' Union Facebook page Wednesday night. (Courtesy Facebook)

RSU reacts to university’s decision to cover men’s rights event security fee

The Ryerson Students’ Union blasted Ryerson University’s administration Wednesday night for covering the cost of a controversial men’s issues speaking event on campus. The union claims the decision “actively (facilitates) the creation of a men’s rights movement on campus, which targets women, feminists and works against (Ryerson’s) mandate to provide safe spaces on campus.” In a statement posted to the RSU’s […]

by Diana Hall· · News, On Campus, Top stories
RSU's three opposing presidential candidates.

RSU president-hopefuls weigh in on controversial men’s rights group

A men’s issues group was denied funding from the RSU last March, but chose to continue with support from the Canadian Association for Equality last semester. RSU presidential candidate Rajean Hoilett — currently the vice president of equity with the RSU — agrees with the RSU’s decision to deny the group, but his opposing presidential candidates think the union could […]

by Emily Westover· · News, On Campus, Top stories
Ryerson to host controversial men’s rights event

Ryerson to host controversial men’s rights event

Ryerson has granted space for controversial men’s rights activists and the Canadian Association for Equality to co-host an event on campus tomorrow after completing a risk assessment. However, the university changed the event location and will charge a security fee. The event, which was originally going to be held at the Mattamy Athletic Centre, has been moved to a room […]

by Jennie Pearson· · News, Off Campus, On Campus, Top stories