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Obaid Ullah apologizes for planning walk-out

Obaid Ullah apologizes for planning walk-out

Ryerson Student Union (RSU) president Obaid Ullah apologised via Facebook for planning a walk-out with the RSU executive team to try to control the outcome of a motion at a Semi-Annual General Meeting (SAGM) last November.

by Mahnoor Sheikh· · News
(Ryersonian file photo)

Campus life in review: Fall 2016

As the Fall 2016 semester comes to an end, the Ryersonian takes a look back at the events held by the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) and Continuing Education Students’ Association of Ryerson (CESAR). Here are some of this semester’s biggest events organized by our students’ associations. 6 Fest The RSU’s biggest, most talked about event of the fall was 6 Fest, […]

by Avery Friedlander· · News
The RSU's orientation week concert featuring French Montana was a preview for 6Fest. (Josephine Tse)

VIDEO: RSU president Obaid Ullah talks 6 Fest reaction

The Ryersonian‘s Jacob Cohen sat down with Obaid Ullah, president of the Ryerson Students’ Union, to talk about the mixed reactions to 6 Fest.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, RyersonianTV, Videos
RSU executive members Harman Singh,  Obaid Ullah, Andrea Bartlett, Rabia Idrees and Cormac McGee. Photo illustration courtesy The Ryersonian.

RSU 2015-16: A year in review

On May 1, the majority of the current Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) executive committee will relinquish their roles and a new group of executives will take their place. With their terms coming to an end, The Ryersonian is taking a look at what issues the students’ union executives addressed this year and what their legacy will look like.

(Dylan Bell/Ryersonian Staff)

Poster problems plagued RSU elections

The controversial posters put up on campus last week have brought to light serious issues with the RSU’s poster approval policies.

by Dylan Bell· · News
(Deven Knill/Ryersonian Staff)

Tuition, mental health dominate RSU election debate

Controversial layoffs, lacking mental health services and tuition prices dominated the main discussion points at the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) election debate. Executive candidates from the RU Connected and Impact slates and one independent presidential candidate debated their platforms in the Rogers Communications Centre March 3. The debate addressed the human rights complaint filed against the RSU by former RSU […]

by Deven Knill· · News, On Campus