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(Brooks Harvey)

RSU student groups can’t get a room

Every September, the Pakistani Students’ Association (PSA) holds a welcome dinner to kick off the school year. “That’s a tradition, it has to happen,” said Rabia Tanvir, PSA vice-president communications. But this year it didn’t happen — at least not in September. The PSA is not alone. Confusion with the Ryerson Students’ Union’s (RSU) new online room booking form has […]

by Kevin John Siazon· · News, On Campus, students
RSU bought this sign to mimic a popular Toronto Pan Am Games sign in Nathan Phillips Square. (Katie Raskina/Ryersonian Staff)

No end in sight of RSU-CESAR feud

Delayed opt-out cheques, delayed staffing and training at the SCC and a $5,000 sign left in an alley are the latest casualties of ‘bad blood’ between Ryerson’s student unions

Free pie lures students to vote early in the SCC

Free pie lures students to vote early in the SCC

Students can vote early for candidates in their home ridings this week in the Student Campus Centre (SCC), and enjoy a slice of pie as a reward. Elections Canada advance polling stations will be set up on the second floor of the SCC from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day until Oct. 8.

by Joshua Arthur Peter White-Crummey· · News
The sign posted on SCC washrooms. The person who posted the signs is unknown. (Sameera Raja / Ryersonian Staff)

No washroom, no ablution for Ryerson’s Muslim students

This version of this article corrects errors in paragraphs 2 and 3. Muslim students at Ryerson are feeling displaced now that they have lost their dedicated space to perform ablutions. Ablution, a ritual cleansing, is a Muslim obligation. The process is known as Wudu, and is performed before each prayer. After a flood last June, renovations to the multifaith washrooms […]

by Sameera Raja· · News, On Campus, Top stories
The Student Campus Centre's member services office won't be offering discounted metro passes to continuing education students at Ryerson at the end of the month.

Errant email sent to students in CESAR’s name

The registrar’s office apologized to continuing education and part-time students last Friday for sending a mass email which falsely claimed to have been written and authorized by Continuing Education Students’ Association of Ryerson (CESAR) president Shinae Kim. The email reminded CESAR students they would no longer have access to discounted metro passes through the member services office at the Student […]

by Diana Hall· · News, On Campus, Top stories
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