By Alethea Ng Female students are more likely than their male counterparts to financially support the sexual assault hotline operated by the Ryerson Students’ Union, according to a poll of…
The Good Food Centre (GFC) is providing more fresh food to the community after receiving stable funding this term. The GFC and the Sexual Assault Survivor Support Line (SASSL) held a successful campaign last November to address the lack of resources needed to tackle food insecurity. Students voted in support of the referendum to contribute $5 in the fall and winter semesters, to be divided equally between the centres.
The Ryerson Students’ Union is seeking a new fee to fund a support line for sexual assault survivors, and a campus food service.
If implemented, all full-time students would pay a compulsory $5 twice annually—once in the fall term and once in the winter term—to support the Sexual Assault Survivor Support Line (SASSL) and the Good Food Centre (GFC).