Despite low student voter turnout, Hiba Al-Jarrah, Trinity Ho, and Christopher Randall were elected to the Board of Governors
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Ryerson president Mohamed Lachemi adjourned a senate meeting early last night after several left-wing groups arrived in the chambers to protest the university’s draft statement on freedom of expression. The disruption delayed the senate’s vote on the draft, which if passed, would have been sent to the Board of Governors to form policy.
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Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s demand for colleges and universities to develop free speech policies, or have their funding cut, will prevent left-wing groups from disrupting far-right events and pro-life displays on campus, according to a coalition of groups.
After three days of voting this week, the results of this year’s election for the 2018-2019 student positions on Ryerson’s Senate are in. Members of the Senate govern all academic…