A Ryerson student who was knocked out by a falling pole last week wants answers, but the school isn’t offering her any.
Kerr Hall has housed a teachers college, a military training camp and unnamed human remains. And now Sheldon Levy wants to smash it down.
“For the last four months, I’ve been in charge of this section, the technology part of which I had very limited knowledge. But that has changed.”
Shazia Kermally talks to a Ryerson grad and site designer and reveals some tricks behind developing a site.
After a series of hate crimes crippled campus in 2004, Ryerson security decided it needed more than just its regular uniformed patrol officers.
Franc R. Joubin, a globetrotting uranium prospector, gave the school $600,000 on his death in 1997.
Ryerson professors are charging students with academic misconduct in increasing numbers — and students aren’t taking it any more.
While business and communications are thriving, other faculties fall behind in fundraising.