Tuition freeze examined

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Committee members say they’ve been advised by Ryerson’s number crunchers to increase tuition in deregulated programs, like computer science, engineering and other professional programs, by $300. Administrators emphasize that’s a small increase, compared to some universities.

Rams year in review

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This was the year of almost for Ryerson sports teams, which is pretty impressive considering our teams usually don’t come close to being able to say almost.

Dropout pops up in hit film

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As it is, the 23-year-old Ryerson near-grad is visible for about five seconds, and the film, set in an Ivy League college where a secret society’s moral wrong-doings are uncovered by young hero Joshua Jackson, sucks.

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Technology Wrangler

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McCallum is an Internet cowboy blazing a path in this hyped-up, dot-com frontier, where businesses, armed with little more than a good idea, attract millions in capital with no real revenue to show for it. At iCraveTV, he’s helped shape a fuzzy notion to broadcast live television feeds over the Internet, wrestling with technology that will soon become the next big thing.

Filipino identity fills student with pride

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Since I was born and raised in Canada, I can relate to the challenge of finding my roots. I was taught traditional Filipino values and practices, but like others born in Canada, I consider myself part of a different breed of Filipino values and practices, but like others born in Canada, I consider myself part of a different breed of Filipinos.