Being President and CEO

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By Don McHoull Leaning against his wooden podium, Claude Lajeunesse tried to ignore the throng of student protestors who surrounding him. Ryerson’s president was midway through his 2001 state of …

We should hire Honderich

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By Don McHoull The National Post reported this week that Ryerson is considering soon-to-be ex-Toronto Star publisher John Honderich as a possible replacement for President Claude Lajeunesse (a story first …

A fraternity by any other name

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By Sheri Shefa The international fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi made its Ryerson affiliate an official chapter this week despite Ryerson’s disapproval of any fraternities on campus. When Jack Gryn created …

A tale of two coaches

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By Joseph Galiwango The men’s basketball team may be on the lookout now for the next Errol Fraser, but why look any further than their own bench boss? This year, …

Tanktops intimidate elderly

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By Michelle Magnan Much to the ire of tanktop fans, the RAC has banned the sleeveless shirts. On average, James Eaton, a part-time gym employee, warns one arm-baring exerciser every …