Rams shoot for redemption

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Coming off a league-worst campaign, the Ryerson men’s hockey team has added depth and looks to make a serious turnaround this season.

Private developers rejected by Rye

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Private sector developers are trying to partner with Ryerson to build another residence, but the school isn’t taking the bait.

Hefty book fee hits U of T

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Ryerson students hoping to access the University of Toronto’s library collection will discover that knowledge comes at a price. Starting Oct. 1, library users who aren’t from U of T will have to pay a fee to access the school’s resources.

Students shun membership

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Some schools call it a fringe movement. Others, a grassroots organization. At Ryerson, the idea of defederating from the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) doesn’t even fall on the radar.

Hungry for combo classes?

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Hybrid programs, courses drawing elements from multiple faculties, could arrive at Ryerson if recommendations made by the provost and vice-president academic are accepted.