Ryerson staff won praise from university researchers and organizers when a program for disabled youth went beyond the call of duty during last week’s massive blackout.
The beds have been stripped, the halls fumigated and Ryerson’s student residences are open for business. On Aug. 24, more than 800 students will line Mutual street balancing televisions, DVD players, junk food and clothes hampers stuffed with kitchenware.
There is an old saying that the university experience is 50 per cent education and 50 per cent experience.
First-year Ryerson students don’t know what to expect from the first few weeks of school. One thing’s for sure: all those Rye High rumours and Animal House fantasies will not come true.
Bill Priddle wishes for world peace, a souffle, and a trip around the world in a straw raft, but for now, he will have to settle for a gig at Ryerson.
After years of lobbying, students will finally get a break on their monthly Metropass.
Ryerson has approved a plan to build a new business building despite receiving only a fraction of the government funding it sought for the project.
Engineering students have been hardest hit in the latest of tuition increases at Ryerson.