Province mails 54,000 questionnaires to class of 1996.
Committee looks to expand internet program.
Ryerson is evaluating how to make laptop computers as essential to students as textbooks and pens.
Ryerson’s administration and employees are not alone in trying to find ways to spend their $54.5 million surplus.
RyeSAC’s president David Steele promised to push for accountability in the Instructor Course Evaluations. But his efforts haven’t swayed the school and faculty to revamp the process.
RyeSAC’s recent decision to vote down CKLN’s referendum proposal was a sad display of misguided public interest.
If you were hoping to see your graduating picture in a 1999 yearbook you’re out of luck. After extremely poor sales last year, RyeSAC has decided not to publish a yearbook this year.
U of T and York begin recruitment drives; Ryerson advertises for tenured professors.