TALKS STALL FOR REFERENDA POLICY

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By Jill Langlois The students’ union failed to re-negotiate policy when it expired in 2004; now, new faces and reluctance from administration to give power to students is putting negotiations …

KEEP YOUR ASS IN THE SEAT

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By Josh Wingrove Associate News Editor A Ryerson chair claims retention rates are improving, but Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities’ data show otherwise. What leads to retention data, and …

Muslims playing for power

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The Muslim Students’ Association is the largest group on campus with 1,200 members, the most politically active, with a former president heading the Ryerson Students’ Union, and the most vocal, …

Birds of a feather

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By Stacey Askew and Lia Van Baalen One glance at the Ryerson Students’ Union’s groups day suggests that all groups on campus are ethically, racially or culturally-based, but each group …