The RSU called out all students haunted by tuition fees for the “Rally For The Death Of Affordable Education” on Oct. 31
The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU), in conjunction with the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) ran an open town hall meeting Wednesday to discuss the future of education.
Cuts to student aid and support for international students are just some of the proposals included in the Ontario provincial budget.
The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) and the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) are stubbornly digging themselves deeper into the ground
As Ryerson Students’ Union president Toby Whitfield prepares to head to his new job for the Canadian Federation of Students, his successor is another darling of the advocacy giant. For the past five years, RSU executive seats have been filled by CFS-friendly candidates. Vidya Kauri and Features editor Mariana Ionova investigate the intimate relationship between the RSU and CFS
By Lee Richardson News Editor Ryerson University is one of a few universities involved in creating a legal position against a potential copyright system that could significantly increase student fees.
A provincial campaign appealing for international students to qualify for the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) is reaching out to policy-makers.
Some schools call it a fringe movement. Others, a grassroots organization. At Ryerson, the idea of defederating from the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) doesn’t even fall on the radar.