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A police car in front of Pizza Pizza in the aftermath of the attack. (Justin Bellmore/Ryersonian Staff)

Man chased by three, attacked in Pizza Pizza

A man was left with leg and back injuries after he was chased by three individuals into a nearby Pizza Pizza where he fell down a flight of stairs.

by Justin Bellmore· · News, Off Campus
IRM says Ryerson students are responsible for their safety by reading the Yellow Book

Prevention is first step

About a month ago now, the Globe and Mail published an investigation into the reporting of sexual assaults to police across Canada. The 20-month investigation found an abysmal rate of one in five claims being dismissed as baseless, resulting in little to no further investigation from police. It highlighted something that experts have known for years: the relationship between public […]

by Palak Mangat· · Editorial, Opinion
Contraceptive Chaos

Contraceptive Chaos

Is your doctor telling you enough about your options?

Staying visible should be a top priority for night cyclists: director

Staying visible should be a top priority for night cyclists: director

The Ryersonian spoke with a professional that gives you tips for staying safe while cycling in the city.

Explore more of Toronto this weekend by checking out these events. (Ryersonian Staff)

UPDATED: Levy says CBC report on sexual assault compares “apples to oranges”

Ryerson president Sheldon Levy said Monday that Ryerson may not have the highest rate of sexual assaults of all Canadian universities, as the CBC reported. The report compares “apples to oranges,” Levy says. Ryerson is simply better at reporting sexual assaults than other schools. “We try to encourage as best we can the reporting of these incidents.” The CBC News […]

by Sharnelle Kan· · News, On Campus, Top stories
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