Double standard?

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By Amy Brown-Bowers Female engineering students are getting a new mentoring program this semester, but there will be no such concessions for males in female dominated programs in the near …

RyeSAC bans Breakaway ads

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By Sarah Cannavan Ryerson students cruising the halls for a reading week vacation deal will notice that posters advertising getaways have a new name on them. RyeSAC banned Breakaway Tours …

No room for failures at Rye

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By Erin Rankin Poor academic performance is emptying residences, according to Ryerson’s housing manager. “If you want to compare to last year, it’s not normal,” said Philip Lim, referring to …

Just call him Dave

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By Jen Gerson Democracy is about making choices. RyeSAC president-elect Dave MacLean has made some hard ones. In his last year of high school, his father fell off a ladder …

Fewer students to vote

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By Jordan Press Dave MacLean didn’t even see the numbers on the board. Huddled with his three running mates, MacLean buried his head until the roar of the crowd forced …

Legend of camel toe

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By Lane Wade The Speedo, tighty-whities, all those years of spandex and now the J. Lo juicy jumpsuits. Such fashion trends share one shocking similarity, one that crawls, creeps and …