By Jen Gerson He’s an atheist and a skeptic. He supports the search for extraterrestrial life and believes 9/11 was an inside job – but don’t call him a conspiracy …
By Taeeba Sadar A group of gay and lesbian protesters gathered outside a Scarborough church to protest an ex-gay ministry conference hosted by Focus on Family, an organization which likens …
Jeevan Rajaratnam sat patiently beside the polling booth. His list was gradually filling with check marks and as he greeted approaching voters he was pleased that Ryerson’s Tamil community had turned out in such force to elect Canada’s next prime minister.
Christine Akrey was in need of a tampon and Ryerson’s shiny new bathroom didn’t have one.
The Life Issues Awareness group’s leader Erin Hunking, sits on the RyeSAC board of directors which means she will vote to ratify her own group on Sept. 30.
Students who went to the Financial Assistance office prior to Sept. 10 found out they couldn’t submit the necessary forms to put student loan payments on hold while they got more education, instead they learned they would have to return at a later date once Ministry of Education computer problems were fixed.
Second-year engineering student Chris Pang made the switch about six months ago. His mother is not happy that he no longer joins his family for Sunday morning service at their Anglican Church. Instead, he gathers in an auditorium at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Educationwith other Toronto Church of Christ members in what he feels is a more loving, and accepting atmosphere.
Ryerson is developing a new e-mail filtering system as part of its constant fight against spam