The Ryerson community is leaping into action in a big way, and that’s pretty cool.
Or east. You could also go east. Or north, south. Whatever you want.
Four years ago I was standing in front of Pitman Hall, in a white, tattered t-shirt, throwing water balloons at my floor mates.
Welcome to Ryerson, or, if you prefer, “Rye High”
I’ve been thinking about this final editorial ever since I was elected as The Eyeopener’s editor-in-chief in March 2014.
Ontario’s so-called Sunshine List, which shows the names and positions of public sector employees who made $100,000 or more the previous year, came out on March 27. One thousand twenty-two Ryerson employees made the list in 2014, and we got an exclusive interview with all of them at once.
“I think the RSC has been perpetuated as a collective that doesn’t do any work with allies, which is untrue,” said Vajdaan Tanveer, an RSC coordinator
What do you get when you combine a group of grown and capable adults, assign them to a task and pair them up with a professional organization that just so happens to charge a lot of money to assist with that specific task?