SAVING THE RSU

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The university-sponsored audit the RSU is currently undergoing is essentially the climax of the two-year deterioration of the organization.

EASTERN PROMISES

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Moss Park is one of the few city-owned rinks downtown and, with rates set on breaking even, one of the only ones where community members can still rent the ice for a reasonable price.

A BEVY OF POINTLESS CHOICES

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In the ever changing business world, a broad skill set can mean the difference between a job and a career. So why are Ryerson students piling their plates high with unappealing electives?

WE’RE RIDING WITH THE TOMTOURAGE

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Eyeopener Staff We like waffles. A lot. Strawberry waffles. Banana waffles. Chocolate chip waffles. All sorts of waffles. Hell, we’ll even settle for Eggo waffles. If you’re anything like us …

RYERSON SPLURGES ON HOARDING

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By Amit Shilton News Editor Ryerson is shrugging off the effects of the economic crisis and putting its best face toward Yonge Street. Despite cutting its operating budget by up …