If you resolved to get more involved in campus life in the New Year, Ryerson now has five new cultural groups to join. The red tape ahs been cut and the funding is in place. Now it’s time to begin planning activities for you. Cheryl Godenough finds out what the new groups hope to do.
RyeSAC is boosting its cult education effort, following recent complaints about The Toronto Church of Christ from students, staff and faculty.
Radio station’s referendum question needs board of director’s approval.
As the expropriation deadline nears for the Yonge-Dundas redevelopment, the store lights have been shut and signs have gone up announcing closures. On Yonge Street, all properties south of HMV stopping short of the Hard Rock Café will be torn down. On some of the land, a private developer plans to build a theatre megaplex for a U.S.-based movie chain, AMC Theatres. The city plans to raze the grounds south of Dundas to construct a public square and underground parking garage. Bothe projects will be finished in 2000. This week Uncoverage takes a closer look at what the corner will look like as construction begins and the area is revitalized.
Kenny Yum remembers Terry Grier, a man who was president before he ever came to Ryerson, but has never met the current commander-in-chief, Claude Lajeunesse.
Board to fill vacancies caused by Chelsea Balzan’s departure.
First Ombudsperson’s report outlines students’ academic concerns.
Ryerson committee tries to decide what to do with excess money.