Post Tagged with: "equity"

Student exec Dan Petz and RSU vice-president equity, Rabia Idrees spoke to The Ryersonian  about the place of safe spaces on campus.

Safe spaces debate: where do they fit at Ryerson?

The Ryersonian sat down with the RSU’s vice-president equity, Rabia Idrees, and Dan Petz, a member of the Ryerson Marketing Association and staunch opponent of campus safe spaces, to talk about safe spaces and what they should look like on our campus.

by Dylan Bell· · News, On Campus, RyersonianTV, students
(Jenn McNaughon/Ryersonian Staff)

O Canada should be more inclusive

The lyrics of the Canadian anthem exclude women and non-Christian citizens.

by Greg Hanna· · Editorial, Opinion, Politics
Workshop touts diversity, equity

Workshop touts diversity, equity

Ryerson’s newest student group wants to make a change. RU a Changemaker hosted its second workshop for students at the Digital Media Zone (DMZ) last Thursday. The workshop, “Ethical Engagement, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion,” works to recognize and accommodate individuality while discussing key social issues such as inclusive language, social inclusion and workplace equity. It’s a part of a series […]

by Kabeer Sethi· · News, On Campus
Ryerson merits an A+ in equity

Ryerson merits an A+ in equity

Ryerson closed its Black History Month celebrations with an event that represented the university’s commitment to representing its diverse student body. The fourth annual Queering Black History Month event filled Room 115 of the Student Campus Centre with campus and community activists, where discussions were raised about the intersection of race and sexuality. The students who belong to and lead […]

by David Owen· · Editorial, Opinion