University students among those at increased risk
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Motions to impeach RSU executives fail
Motions “racist” and “unfounded,” charge RSU president and VP.
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RSU issues notice of impeachment for two executives
Oversight committee will investigate VP-education, VP-equity.
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RSU election results: Adapt wins all executive positions
Siddhanth Satish defeats David Jardine in the RSU presidential election
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RSU presidential candidate alleges unfair disqualification
Maria Guardado believes her appeal process was improperly conducted.
The campaign period for the annual Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) elections officially began Monday morning. Voting will begin Wed., March 17 and conclude on Fri., March 19.
There are two slates running in this election cycle – For the Students and Adapt. Both slates will be allowed to campaign until voting closes.
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Journalism school establishes working committee to look at changing the names of its publications
Review of Journalism takes interim step to remove the name ‘Ryerson’ for this semester The Ryerson School of Journalism (RSJ) has created a committee to consider renaming its two affiliate…
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Questions remain one month after RSU impeachment
RSU refuses to release evidence used to impeach David Jardine
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Out with the Old, In with the Old
Joe Biden’s inauguration as the 46th president of the United States offers Americans a moment of reflection amidst the chaos of U.S. politics. Ryersonian reporter and American citizen Frank Quaranta feels conflicted.