“…in order to become a leader, the first step is to go abroad and see the world because that experience will help you gain more insight into other cultures.”
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By Kathleen O’Toole for JRN112 A poll conducted by Ryerson University undergraduate students last week suggests that young Toronto voters favour Justin Trudeau, leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. The poll indicates that of the students who favour a leader, a little over half (53 per cent) favour Trudeau over leaders of the Conservative Party of Canada, the New Democratic […]
The Covenant House Toronto executive sleep out beat its fundraising goal by more than $100,000 this year. The annual fundraiser, called The Sleep Out:More than Executive Edition, sees high-profile executives and politicians sleep out for one night to experience homelessness, in 14 countries across North America. Bruce Rivers, executive director of Covenant House Toronto, said the non-profit raised $920,000 for the youth homelessness shelter in […]
Students will be given a national platform on which to voice their employment concerns at this weekend’s inaugural Good Jobs Summit. The summit will run from Oct. 3 to 5 at the Ted Rogers school of management and the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The free event will bring together unions, businesses, students, community groups and government representatives for a national discussion […]
Dropping out of university sounds like a bad choice. Dropping out and joining a terrorist organization sounds like an impossible choice. Unfortunately, the latter is very real and scary one that some students decide to make. Collin Gordon grew up in Calgary, and attended Thompson Rivers University for business. He was on the volleyball team, and was a founding member […]