In the minister’s chambers

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By Jaclyn Mika The Liberal government has committed to a two-year tuition freeze, but the newly appointed minister of training, colleges and universities, Mary Anne Chambers, could not say what …

Cafeteria wasting food

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By Vanessa Farquharson Ryerson’s cafeterias are throwing away bags of leftover food each day while the homeless and less fortunate surrounding the campus go hungry. An employee from the Jorgenson …

Building plan stalls

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By Jordan Press The scheduled 2005 opening date for a new business building may be in jeopardy following the collapse of the Bay Street plan. Adam Kahan, vice-president of university …

Council spending jumps

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By Scott Roberts After running an operating surplus of nearly $200,000 last year, RyeSAC is going on a social events spending spree. The student administrative council is planning to spend …

When your house is not a home

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By Zohar Gurevich She spent most of her nights walking the streets. Her university workload was challenging before, but now finishing homework was impossible. She couldn’t go home — the …