Uncertainty over looming budget cuts has left many Ryerson program heads unable to commit to hiring new faculty members until next year’s budget is announced in May.
On Tuesday, February 26, second-year journalism student, Julia Louie was killed when a car she was travelling in spun out on a patch of ice and hit another vehicle.
Decked out in orange hot pants and sneakers, Ryerson film grad Malcolm Fraser can perform 10 songs in 20 minutes thanks to his trusty kiddie keyboard.
Ontario’s provincial government has come to the province’s universities asking for a favour, but Ryerson president Claude Lajeunesse is skeptical enough not to jump at the promise of more funding in return.
A third-year RTA student sings about ex-boyfriends and grandmothers with her electric-guitar-absent band, half full.
RyeSAC is calling on all members of the Ryerson community to join together and take their concerns about impending budget cuts, tuition fee increases and deregulation to the next board of governors meeting on Monday March 25, 2002.
Ryerson’s Academic Council did quite a bit of housekeeping last night at their first meeting since January.
In a frenzy, Michelle Zurbrigg packed, got her rolls of film, her tape recorder, and rushed to get to her plane.
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