Ryersonian: Obama vs. Romney, round two

Created using Storify and multimedia content. Appeared online for the Ryersonian, Oct. 17, 2012 Last night was round two of the U.S. presidential debates and both candidates came out swinging. The debate took place at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York and, this time, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney weren’t just sparring back and forth. An […]

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Ryersonian: Ryerson feels the power of K-Pop

Appeared in print and online for the Ryersonian, Sept. 19, 2012 Korean pop singer Park Jae-Sang, better known as Psy, is YouTube’s latest international sensation, and on campus, Ryerson University’s Korean Students Association is enjoying its own Gangnam-style popularity. This year RUKSA members showcased their club at the orientation week campus groups fair to the tune […]

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Ryersonian: School fees on the rise

Appeared online and in print in the Ryersonian, Sept. 12, 2012 As Canadians struggle to recover from the recession, tuition costs across the country continue to rise, according to a new report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Numbers from Statistics Canada show that Canadian full-time undergraduate students are paying $5,581 on average for the […]

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Ryersonian: Learning the language of diversity

Appeared online and in print for the Ryersonian, Feb. 15, 2012 Matt Buie’s hometown is so small that it has no official name. Instead, he tells people that he’s from Duntroon, Ont., which is the closest officially recognized address – a hamlet consisting of fewer than 200 residents, a single intersection and an “extremely white” community. […]

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