You lost $100K, MacLean tells RyeSAC

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By Don McHoull RyeSAC are baffled by presidential candidate Dave MacLean’s allegation that a mistake by one of their managers cost them $100,000. At last week’s RyeSAC debate, MacLean delivered …

Masturbator comes on campus

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By Eyeopener Staff Last week students spotted a man standing in front of a lab doorway in South Kerr Hall. Upon closer inspection, the students realized that the man was …

New e-mail policy a go

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By Karolyn Coorsh Ryerson’s computing and communications services are putting the finishing touches on an upgraded e-mail system, and beginning next year e-mail will be a required means of communication …

ITM ups stream choice for students

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By Andrea Janus Get ready for more techno-wizards and cyber-specialists to be filling the halls of South Kerr. The school of Information Technology Management announced last week that three new …

Pro-choice group conceived

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By Andy Lloyd If students opposed to abortion can have a student group, students supporting the prochoice movement think they should too. Russell Evans, a fourth-year business student, and Jen …

Attacks continue at final debate

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By Don McHoull Faced with criticism that his bonds-for-bursaries plan wouldn’t work, presidential candidate Dave MacLean ducked the issue at least Thursday’s debate. In place of what had been the …

$5 million boost to retail

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By Melissa Godsoe A software donation nudged Ryerson’s school of retail management fundraising effort past its $10 million target to just over $11 million. The $5 million software donation from …