FEUD ENDS: PROFS PAY NEARS PAR

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By Joe Friesen An epoch of bitter resentment for overworked and underpaid Ryerson faculty may finally be at an end. The arbitrator’s decision, handed down this summer, provides faculty with …

RED TIDE HITS, RYE IS HOPEFUL CLAM

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By Joe Friesen The Liberal tide which swept Ontario last week brought a lukewarm wave of hope to the Ryerson campus. University administrators, faculty leaders and student politicians were cautiously …

CLASS TO IMPROVE PROF ENGLISH

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By Jen Gerson A program will be launched to help professors who have trouble speaking English. “We have many professors coming from other countries speaking English as a second language,” …

MAYORAL DEBATE IGNORED

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By Yohannes Edemariam The Toronto mayoral race passed through Ryerson’s Jorgenson Hall on Monday. Four of the main mayoral candidates – Tom Jakobek, David Miller, John Nunziata, and John Tory …

GREENJEANS LOCKS OUT WORKERS

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By Chris Richardson Service people at Mr. Greenjeans restaurant in the Eaton Centre were told to go home after a vote by local 75 of the Hotel Employees and Restaurant …

JANITORS FACE MESS

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By Dalson Chen Ryerson University is doing its students a disservice by contracting cleaning work to private companies, says the head of the local caretakers’ union. “Contracting out – it …

Engineers don’t get women

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By Vanessa Farquharson Engineering professor Peter Hiscocks will receive a high-profile citizenship award from the Professional Engineers of Ontario next month for his work fighting harassment and supporting women in …