The Rye Zebras were the rulers of the soccer kingdom.
Ryerson’s extracurricular activities are the worst in Canada, according to a Globe and Mail survey release last Wednesday.
RyeSAC’s top money man accused the student government of being “corrupt, nepotistic and shortsighted” in a letter issued to the Ryerson community Monday afternoon.
When Ted Rogers donated a record $10 million to Ryerson’s fundraising campaign two years ago, the gift arrived in the form of stocks. Last week the executive director of the university’s fundraising campaign went to Ottawa to ensure that big donors like Rogers will keep giving that way.
Taring Padi, a radical Indonesian art group, squats an abandoned campus, creating art to motivate the Javanese to resist corporate and military rule. This week, The Eyeopener presents the first in a two-part series.
This year, image arts students are trying to put together their annual publication without the help of graphics students. First, they need some cash.
Ryerson president Claude Lajeunesse confronted the multitude of problems the university faces in his State of the University Address yesterday, but still faced criticism from student politicians over his lack of initiative in solving the school’s funding crisis.
While pods of tired protesters packed up their banners and headed home, Kashif Shaikh sat alone in the back of a police van, his wrists handcuffed behind his back and the growing lump on his forehead throbbing.