The recently announced provincial performance fund, which splits $16.5-million among universities according to how each performs in three categories, rewards schools that produce successful graduates.
Ryerson president Claude Lajeunesse said there has been no progress since the E-mail, which outlined the university’s interest in the Gardens for “classroom and residence space and a permanent home for [Ryerson’s] hockey team.” But neither he nor Grayson ruled out the possibility that future plans could include Ryerson.
Karol Steinhouse, 47 died after suffering six broken ribs and a punctured aorta in a four-car fender-bender last Wednesday.
In a tearful eulogy, Karol Steinhouse’s long-time friend Larry Hershfield described her house in Deerhurst, Ont. as stewn with sweaty, dirty and wet clothes from days spent sailing, swimming, playing racquetball and hiking. The mess showed her boundless energy, he told the 750 people who attended her funeral last Friday. “Karol did everything.”
Most of the 80 volunteer tax advisors—who were all trained by Revenue Canada—are accounting students, with 30 to 40 working in the clinics at any given time. The volunteers expect to fill out a couple hundred student tax forms, but the clinics are also open to students’ families and community members. A charactered accountant and three senior business students are also on hand to answer any questions.
After weeks of accusations, tension and squabbling, members of RyeSAC’s board of directors sat down to discuss their differences at an emergency board meeting Thursday—but two controversial issues were deferred to later meetings.
A new academic policy set to take effect Sept. 1 will remove a potential conflict of interest between professors and students appealing their marks.
Ryerson could lose $54-million worth of newly received SuperBuild funding if proposed buildings aren’t ready by 2003, and planning has only just started.