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(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
PHOTOS: Students vote in the 2015 RSU elections

PHOTOS: Students vote in the 2015 RSU elections

By Kyla Dewar and Beza Getachew

by Ryersonian Staff· · News
ANALYSIS: Should we trust all of these polls?

ANALYSIS: Should we trust all of these polls?

On Oct. 17, yet another poll was released to the media. It showed that mayoral candidate John Tory is squarely in the lead, six or nine percentage points up on his competitors. However, it all depends on your source. Since the candidates started campaigning in January, Toronto residents have been inundated with polls by Forum Research Inc., Nanos Research and […]

by Katherine Elizabeth DeClerq· · News, Off Campus
Ryerson students react to Doug Ford’s campaign

Ryerson students react to Doug Ford’s campaign

The Ryersonian went to the heart of Ryerson’s campus to see if students would vote for Doug Ford. Doug Ford entered the race to replace his brother as the mayor of Toronto on Sept. 12. It came two days after it was announced that Rob Ford has malignant liposarcoma, a cancer of the fatty tissue, and would be undergoing chemotherapy. Rob […]

by Gina Wicentowich· · News, Top stories