The gold medal in Ryerson’s own Women’s Volleyball Invitational Tournament escaped the Rams for the second year in a row after they lost to Brock University (1-3) in Sunday’s (Sept. 24) final.
In the final installment of varsity sports tryouts, A&E Editor Karon Liu actually makes the heerleading team. Damn.
Give second-year photography student Andrew Norton a camera, and he’ll combine skateboarding and photography into one gnarly show. News Editor Maurice Cacho finds out what it takes to capture a not-so-ordinary skateboard snapshot.
Organization gives students the opportunity to get practical business and engineering experience – on the other other side of the globe.
GARDASIL, a new cervical cancer vaccination available in the United States, will likely come to Canada, but it’s not known whether the drug will be covered by OHIP or failing that RSU’s health and dental plan.
Sure, studentitis isn’t a real medical condition, but the state of students’ spines is cause for concern. For Dana Lacey, relief came in the form of 20-minute massages, which are covered by her Ryerson health plan. That was until the RAC stopped offering them. Now this broke student can’t afford her medically prescribed remedy.
More than 300 part-time students with full course loads aren’t entitled to health coverage that every full-timer at Ryerson has access to. They’re also shut out of RSU bursaries, ISIC travel cards and $200 in monthly tax credits. Josh Wingrove reports.
Sellers of counterfeit TTC passes set up shop in the basement of Jorgenson Hall but manage to elude Ryerson Security pers