Liberals boost student loans

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By Jordan Press Prime Minister Paul Martin’s first budget was revealed yesterday and post-secondary education was high on the spending list, but student groups are saying money won’t solve any …

Cash rules everything…

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By Don McHoull It turns out President Claude Lajeunesse was right after all. Last fall, the other campus newspaper lambasted the president for claiming that tuition is no higher today …

Hate crime hits campus

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By Jordan Press A rash of anti-Semitic hate crimes hit Toronto last week, and Ryerson wasn’t immune. Last Thursday, a Jewish student was standing outside the Podium building with a …

No sleep and no insanity

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It’s 9:15 a.m. on Saturday morning. Robin Poon takes off his glasses and rubs his bloodshot eyes – they haven’t rested for 71 hours. His best friend Jamieson Child sits …

Ryerson cheapens name

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By Matt Kwong Faced with a $23 million shortfall in private funding for the new Centre for Computing and Engineering, Ryerson has slashed its asking price for the building’s naming …