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EDITORIAL: OneCards? Rye can do better

EDITORIAL: OneCards? Rye can do better

The first week of class should be a time for students to familiarize themselves with campus facilities, workrooms, and program-specific resources. But for some Ryerson students, that couldn’t be done. New and returning students alike found campus facilities restricted. The reason? OneCards — the Ryerson designated student ID and access cards. Unfortunately, for some students, OneCards weren’t fulfilling their “access […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
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Ryerson’s OneCard deposits to go digital by fall 2017

Ryerson is changing the way money can be loaded on to OneCards. Instead of machines, there will be a website to deposit funds.

by Laura Woodward· · Business, News, students
Coffee cravers can now pay for their Balzac's fix with a OneCard.
Photographed by Sarah-Joyce Battersby

Coffee now just OneCard away at Balzac’s

Balzac’s Coffee Roasters in the Ryerson Image Centre is now accepting OneCards. Manager Susan Swain said students are “the bread and butter” of the coffee shop, located at Gould and Bond streets, and that they are pleased to make life easier for those who rely on meal plans. Balzac’s decided to join the list of food services that accept student […]

by Anam Latif· · News, On Campus
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