A student candidate for the Board of Governors elections was disqualified last week because of a reply to a comment made on Facebook.com.
Despite a wave of hate crimes, two murders, and a broken campus, Ryerson’s student community is on the verge of great things.
It wouldn’t be RyeSAC if internal squabbles weren’t topping student government news.
The Student Campus Centre is encouraging student entrepreneurs to present their business plans if they’re interested in setting up retail spaces in the building.
RyeSAC’s president-elect said she fears legal action from members of the Student Campus Centre Committee after she wrote an allegedly inaccurate and inflammatory letter.
Rob Emerson calls it quits at RyeSAC to take on new position at the student centre.
RyeSAC, six student organizations and faculty have raised almost $13,000 in tsunami relief funds.
Jordan Press critiques RyeSAC’s political theatre: Two thumbs down.