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There’s something about Eggy

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The five scheduled sacred Eggy the Ram heads which used to hang in The Edge (now the Games Room) are scattered throughout Ryerson. Each head belongs to the five former Eggies who all represented the school and brought luck to the sports teams.

I want to believe!

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In the past 50 years, Ryerson’s student government has had it all: gender politics, scandal, criminal activity and impeachments. The people who have run — whether they have won or not — have certainly left their mark.

CFS plans Charter challenge

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The Canadian Federation of Students plans a Charter challenge after the federal government passed legislation forcing debt ridden graduated students to wait 10 years before they can file for bankruptcy.

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Couple advertises adoption plea

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In August Judy and Franklin were excitedly anticipating the birth of their first baby. They had just found out that after years of Judy having to attend and infertility drug clinic for treatment, the Toronto couple was finally going to have the baby they longed for.

Level the paying field

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Students, faculty, administration. The school, as an entity, is made up of these three parts — a triumvirate, if you will. In theory, the machinery of education only functions if all three parts work in equal momentum.

The flip side of the loonie argument

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I’m talking about the cadre of opinion makers who have lined up behind economic poster girl Sherry Cooper, media whore and chief economist at Nesbitt Burns, to support her call for lower taxes to save the drowning dollar.