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LIVE BLOG: 88th Academy Awards
Feb 29, 2016 The Ryersonian live blogs the Oscars.
Live blog: Globe and Mail election debate
Sep 17, 2015 - 8:00 PM EDT The Ryersonian's live coverage of the 2015 federal leaders' debate on the economy, with commentary from Ryerson economist Eric Kam. Send your questions via Twitter #RUGlobeDebate
LIVE BLOG: Creating Brave Spaces
Apr 2, 2015 Ryerson's Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion is holding a meeting today at 4 p.m. to get feedback from students and faculty on how to create brave spaces on campus. The Ryersonian's Ashley Cochrane will be live-blogging the event via her Twitter account. Follow her @aecjournal on Twitter.
Live Blog: Diversity in Sports Panel
Apr 1, 2015 This week's panel (starting at approx. 11:40 a.m.) in the MBA Lounge on the MB 8416 topic of "Diversity in Sports" with a great line-up of industry guests: Robin Brudner (sport lawyer, formerly of CBC and MLSE), Ian Clarke (Chief Financial Officer, MLSE) and Kelly Murumets (President and CEO, Tennis Canada). Monique Phillips will be live-blogging the panel starting at 11:45 a.m.
Mayor John Tory at Ryerson
Mar 30, 2015 Toronto mayor John Tory is coming to Ryerson as part of the Ted Rogers School of Management's "Law, Business, Politics - The Real World" speaker series. The event will begin at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 26. The Ryersonian's Monique Phillips will be live-blogging the event to bring you Tory's insights from this lecture/Q&A session.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Students' Association: A counter-narrative against extremism
Mar 23, 2015 Ryerson University's Ahmadiyya Muslim Students' Association presents a counter-narrative against extremism and radicalization in the name of Islam. The group's program, "Murder in the Name of Islam" is an effort against the rise of Islamophobia. Questions, interviews, and discussions before the launch of this event will take place on Monday, March 23 in the George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre. Ryersonian reporter Khadija Khan reports.
Live Blog: YouTuber Laci Green at Ryerson
Mar 18, 2015 SEX+ YouTuber Laci Green is talking about feminism — aka The F Word — at Ryerson University tonight from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Follow @DeepiShewara and @nadyawrites as they liveblog Green’s talk. Want to know more about Green and her influence on the internet? Read our run down about who Green is and what her talk means to Ryerson students.
CIS Final: Ottawa Gee-Gees vs. Carleton Ravens
Mar 15, 2015 The time has come. Ottawa goes against Carleton in the final game in the CIS championship. Join Alex Lyle, Monique Hutson and Marija Petrovic as they bring you all the action from what's sure to be a memorable game. The game starts today at 3:00 p.m.
CIS Bronze-medal game: Ryerson Rams vs. Victoria Vikes
Mar 15, 2015 Ryerson men's basketball team goes up against the Victoria Vikes today at 11:30 a.m. Don't miss all the action as Alex Lyle, Monique Hutson and Marija Petrovic bring you live updates.
Live blog: CIS Semifinals Men's Basketball Ryerson Rams vs. Ottawa Gee-Gees
Mar 14, 2015 Ryerson Rams men's basketball team goes up against the Ottawa Gee-Gees on Saturday in the CIS semifinals. Don't miss our live coverage as Iram Partap and Alex Lyle bring you all the action from what will surely be an intense game. Coverage starts at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 14.
CIS Men's Basketball Quarterfinals: Ryerson Rams vs. Windsor Lancers
Mar 11, 2015 - 4:37 PM EDT The Rams go up against the Windsor Lancers in the CIS quarterfinals on Thursday, March 12 at 6:00 p.m at the MAC. Don't miss our live coverage of the big game as Pierce O'Leary and Iram Partap bring you all the courtside action.
RSU Alternative Budget Town Hall
Mar 12, 2015 After releasing an alternative budget on Tuesday, the Ryerson Students' Union will open up the discussion to students to hear their opinions. The RSU's budget indicates that a tuition freeze is possible based on the figures calculated by two independent economists. The town hall is taking place on Thursday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m.
Live blog: #AskSnowden CJFE Event at Ryerson University
Mar 4, 2015 Former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden will be taking questions via Twitter in a discussion on the state of mass surveillance in Canada. Tickets are sold out, but The Ryersonian's Ashley Cochrane will be covering the event and bringing you all the best parts of the panel. Our live blog will begin Wednesday, March 4 at 12 p.m. Don't miss it.
OUA Basketball: Ryerson Rams at Ottawa Gee-Gees and the Laurier Golden Hawks
Feb 28, 2015 The Ryerson Rams men’s and women’s basketball teams will be playing at the MAC this Saturday in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) quarter-finals. The women’s team will be facing off against the Ottawa Gee-Gees at 6 p.m. and the men's team will be taking on the Laurier Golden Hawks at 8 p.m. Both teams are hoping to advance in the playoffs as contenders for the Wilson Cup. Ryan Skilton and Alex Lyle will be covering both games.
Prosecuting War Crimes
Feb 26, 2015 Ryersonian reporter Sameera Raja will be bringing to you the International Issues Discussion (IID) Series lecture live. "Prosecuting War Crimes" will be presented by guest speaker and chair of peace and conflict studies at University Of Toronto, Ron Levi. The lecture will look at global affairs, international prosecution, crime and violence, along with urban governance. Stay tuned!
Live blog: Using technology for learning and teaching Feb 25, 2015 Today Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is launching its inaugural ChangSchoolTalks 2015. “Digital Learning Reimagined” will explore the evolution of technology in academia, and how educators and students can use technology to their advantage. The event is sold out so tune in to our live-blog today at 3 p.m. to follow along.
Live blog: 2015 RSU election results
Feb 12, 2015 Join us from the campus pub, Ram in the Rye, where our reporters await the final tally for the 2015 Ryerson Students' Union elections. Voting took place Feb. 9 - 11 and the polls closed at 5:30 p.m. today.
Ryerson U Live blog: Social Innovation Summit
Feb 8, 2015 Emma Dillabough reports from the social innovation summit. Running for its first year, the summit brings together social innovaters, giving them a chance to try and make a difference. Whether in the Dip or Dive stream, participants will have to try and solve an issue plaguing today's society. Divers will be looking at youth for social change and Dippers will help innovative companies tweak their business plan.
RSU 2015 Elections All-Candidates Debate
Feb 3, 2015
Transcend Borders Global Health Conference
Nov 21, 2014 - 6:04 PM EDT Follow along as we detail the first-ever global health conference held at Ryerson.
OUA Basketball: Laurentian Voyageurs at Ryerson Rams
Nov 21, 2014 - 5:33 PM EDT Follow along for live action of both Ryerson Rams men's and women's basketball games happening at the Mattamy Athletic Centre against the Laurentian Voyageurs.
Ryerson Students' Union Rally to freeze the fees
Nov 17, 2014 - 2:56 PM EDT Follow along as The Ryersonian details all the action from the RSU's rally to freeze the fees outside the Student Centre.
Windsor Lancers at Ryerson Rams - OUA Basketball
Nov 15, 2014 - 3:48 PM EDT Follow along as we live blog both the Ryerson Rams men's and women's basketball games against the nationally ranked Windsor Lancers.
Western Mustangs at Ryerson Rams - OUA Basketball
Nov 12, 2014 - 2:23 PM EDT Follow along for live updates on tonight's men's and women's basketball home openers at the Mattamy Athletic Centre as they host the Western Mustangs.
Ryerson Students' Union Fall General Meeting
Nov 11, 2014 Follow our reporters as they cover a large and potentially impactful agenda at the Ryerson Students' Union fall general meeting.
Men's Hockey: Windsor Lancers at Ryerson Rams
Nov 15, 2014 - 6:08 PM EDT Follow along with The Ryersonian's live blog as the Ryerson Rams men's hockey team looks to defeat No. 4 Windsor Lancers at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
What is a "basic bitch"?
Nov 5, 2014 Following Rachel Surman's column on the term basic and the controversy that ensued, we're going around Ryerson to see what students think of the word.
#Yourfry Library Design Challenge
Nov 6, 2014 Join Ryersonian reporters Rachel Surman and Rebecka Calderwood at the #Yourfry Library Design Challenge where Penguin Random House, Ryerson's Transmedia Zone and The Toronto Reference Library join forces to design the library of the future.
OUA Men's Soccer Final Four: Ryerson Rams vs. McMaster Marauders
Nov 1, 2014 - 5:48 PM EDT Follow along for the latest on how the Rams are doing against the McMaster Marauders as they aim for a spot in the CIS championships next weekend in P.E.I.
Simon Deng: Human rights violations in Sudan Oct 30, 2014
Live blog: Panel on Democracy and Freedom of Speech in Burma
Oct 30, 2014 Follow Sameera Raja and Fatima Syed as they live blog the event "Behind the Veil of Democracy: Burman's struggle for freedom"
TO Votes 2015
Oct 27, 2014 The City of Toronto is set to vote in a new mayor today. Follow our live blog for the latest on what is happening at polling stations across the city.
Live blog: Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi at Ryerson
Oct 23, 2014 Follow Ryersonian reporters Alexis Allison, Samantha Sobolewski and Alisha Sawhney at the event.
Live: Multiple shootings in Ottawa
Oct 22, 2014 Join the Ryersonian's coverage for up to date information on the shootings in the nation's capital.
Rams Women's Hockey Homeopener
Oct 16, 2014
Campus Facilities and Sustainability Roundtable
Oct 9, 2014 Ryerson campus groups are coming together tonight, October 9th, 2014 at 5 p.m. at the Sustainable Roundtable meeting to discuss how Ryerson can become a more sustainable campus.This event is hosted by the Campus Facilities and Sustainability (CF+S) office in collaboration with the EUSSA (Environment and Urban Sustainability Students' Association). The main objective of the event is to create an open discussion among interested community members and identify priority focuses for future campus plans.Tweet reporter Jean (@jeankodin) with your questions and comments.
Paranormal science is debunked at Ryerson. Oct 8, 2014 A well-recognized speaker on science, Joe Schwarcz of McGill University, is having a presentation at Ryerson on Wednesday. The talk will focus on the ability to disregard pseudoscience and beliefs in the paranormal through the use of critical scientific methods.
From Ferguson to Toronto: Examining Race, Politics and Scholarship
Oct 8, 2014 As part of our ongoing coverage of Social Justice Week, follow reporters Kathleen (@KatMcGouran) and Halla (@HallaConnect) as they live blog on October 8, 2014 at 6 p.m., "From Ferguson to Toronto: Examining Race, politics and Scholarship with Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry."
Ryerson MBA Speaker Series: Mayoral Discussion
Oct 9, 2014 Join us on October 9th, 2014 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. as Globe and Mail reporter Robyn Doolittle, former Toronto city councillor Karen Stintz, and CP24's Stephen LeDrew take part in the Ryerson MBA Speaker Series. All three guests will discuss the mayoral race and answer questions from the audience. Tweet reporters Sarah Traynor (@tweetTraynor) and Emanuela Orsini (@emanuelaors) with your questions and comments.
George Brown College/Globe and Mail Mayoral Debate
Oct 9, 2014 George Brown College and the Globe and Mail are hosting a mayoral debate October 8th, 2014 from 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.GBC students will have a chance to grill Olivia Chow, Doug Ford and John Tory on the issues that matter most to students. Tweet our reporters Traynor (@TweetTraynor) and Pat (@PatCwiklinski) with your questions and comments.
Rams Men's Hockey Homeopener Oct 9, 2014 Do you want to know how the Rams men's hockey homeopener is going and can't attend the game? On October 9th follow Patrick Cwiklinski (@PatCwiklinski) and David Chen (@vidchen) for live updates during the game, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014 LIVE
Oct 5, 2014 Can't get to Nuit Blanche tonight? Going, but want to know where the best installations are? You're in the right place. Follow along as we take you out for a night on the town, and explore all that Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014 has to offer.Tweet @theryersonian to share your favourite pieces.
Good Jobs Summit: Unemployed at Either End of the Labour Market-Over 40 and Under 30
Oct 4, 2014 As part of our ongoing coverage of the Good Jobs Summit, reporter Sarah Traynor will be live blogging a workshop called "Unemployed at Either End of the Labour Marker: Over 40 and Under 30."The workshop starts at 3:30 p.m., October 4, 2014.Tweet @tweetTraynor with your questions.
Good Jobs Summit: Just Graduated- Starting Out in the Labour Force
Oct 4, 2014 As part of our ongoing Good Jobs Summit coverage, reporter Janelle Jordan will be covering a workshop called "Just Graduated: Starting out in the Labour Force."The workshop starts at 3:30 p.m., October 4, 2014.Tweet @thejanellezone with your questions.
Good Jobs Summit: Minimum Wage and Living Wages-Raising the Bar Oct 4, 2014 As part of our ongoing Good Jobs Summit live blog, reporter Sarah Traynor (@TweetTraynor) will be attending a workshop called "Minimum Wage and Living Wages: Raising the Bar."The workshop starts at 1:45 p.m., October 4, 2014.Have a question? Tag @theryersonian or @tweetTraynor.
Good Jobs Summit: Saturday, October 4, 2014
Oct 4, 2014 How do we create good jobs in Canada?That's the main question for the first ever Good Jobs Summit, being hosted this weekend by Unifor (and in partnership with Ryerson University, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Canadian Federation of Students).Here's the run down of the day's events:Starting at 9:30 a.m. we'll being with the Good Jobs Discussion which will take on a student perspective, followed by the event's keynote speech by civil rights activist, Van Jones.In the afternoon, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne will speak.Afterwards, The Ryersonian will be covering four workshops on topics like "Unemployed Under 30" and "Just Graduated." Take a peek at our other live blogs to see those.Tweet our reporters Jeanie (@maitranjean), Janelle (@thejanellezone), Traynor (@TweetTraynor) and Sissi (@SissiWang3) with your questions and comments.
Good Jobs Summit: Friday, October 3, 2014
Oct 4, 2014 How do we create good jobs in Canada?That's the main question for the first ever Good Jobs Summit, being hosted this weekend by Unifor (and in partnership with Ryerson University, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Canadian Federation of Students).Tune in from 9 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. for the Centre for Labour Management Relations (CLMR) Research Symposium, and then again from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for the Good Jobs Debate.Tweet our reporters Jeanie (@maitranjean), Janelle (@thejanellezone) and Ethan (@Ethan_Lou) with your questions and comments.
Students Supporting Israel at Ryerson host Ezra Levant
Oct 2, 2014 Students Supporting Israel at Ryerson University is hosting Sun News Network host Ezra Levant on October 2, 2014 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. We'll be live blogging the entire discussion. Levant is expected to speak on a number of topics, including the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement and university life for Jewish and pro-Israel students.Tweet reporters Tristan (@SimpsonTristan) and Peter (@PeterMilonas) with your questions and comments.
Rethinking Sustainability Beyond 2015: An Agenda for Citizen Action’
Oct 2, 2014 As a special pre-event to Ryerson’s Social Justice Week, a Ryerson student group is hosting a workshop this afternoon called “Rethinking Sustainability Beyond 2015.”The Politics and Governance Student’s Association (POGSA) is co-hosting the event with Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP) to discuss multiple challenges of sustainability.POGSA aims to engage the Ryerson community with what the global framework will look like in the next few years as UN’s Milliennium Developmental Goals (MDGs) expire in 2015.Christopher Gore, Ryerson professor of politics and public administration, will lead a discussion period at 3 p.m. about “Perspectives on Sustainability: From Global to Local.” There will also be brief presentations by Hayden King, director of Ryerson’s Centre for Indigenous Governance; Richard Sandbrook, emeritus professor of political science at University of Toronto; and Cheryl Teelucksingh, associate professor of sociology at Ryerson University.Stephen Lewis, Distinguished Visiting Professor Ryerson University and former UN Special Envoy for HIV-AIDS in Africa, will deliver the keynote address for the workshop at 5 p.m.Have a question or comment? Tweet our reporter Jean (@jeankodin).
The Ontario United Front of Hong Kong Students March Oct 1, 2014 - 1:31 PM EDT Today is National Day in China. While the people in Hong Kong participate in the biggest rallies yet, Canadian students are joining the fight for democracy. The Ontario United Front of Hong Kong Students is hosting a march today from 2 p.m.- 3 p.m. The march goes from the University of Toronto to the Hong Kong Economic & Trades Office. There, participants will tie yellow ribbons onto the gates and deliver a letter of petition. University campuses are participating from all around Ontario including: Ryerson, U of T, Western and Carleton.
Is a Gay Rights Movement Possible in the Arab World?
Oct 1, 2014 Is a gay rights movement possible in the Arab world? Thats the question Dr. Kamal Al-Solaylee will be exploring on October 1st, and we'll be live tweeting the entire discussion from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.Dr. Al-Solaylee is the author of Intolerable: A Memoir of Extremes, winner of the 2013 Toronto Book Awards. His book was also a finalist for the Hilary Weston Writer’s Trust prize for non-fiction in Canada and the U.S. Lambda Literary Awards in the Gay Memoir/Biography category. Dr. Al-Solaylee is an Associate Professor at the Ryerson School of Journalism and has written for The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The Walrus, The National Post, Elle Canada, and Toronto Life. Tweet reporters Michael (@queer_mikey) and Fatima (@get2kazmi) with your questions and comments.
Women, Worth And Wellness Breakfast
Oct 8, 2014 Are you a female student on a budget?Join reporter Sarah Traynor (@TweetTraynor) as she live blogs from the “Women, Worth and Wellness” event October 8th at 8:00 a.m. Follow along as CEO of Passionate Legacy Inc., Nancy Griffin, talks about why wealth is an important topic for women, how worth and wellness intersect, and the support available for women for financial planning.
Toronto Sports Council Mayoral Debate
Sep 30, 2014 Follow along on September 30th at 3 p.m. as John Tory, Olivia Chow, and Doug Ford discuss how sport and physical activity impact our quality of life. All three candidates will be answering questions on lack of and access to sports facilities, coordination between the City and the school boards, university and community partnerships and the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. Tweet reporters Pat (@PatCwiklinski) and Traynor (@tweetTraynor) with your questions and comments.
Social Media and Society Conference
Sep 29, 2014 Ever wondered how Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter are shaping our society? Follow reporters Laura Calabrese (@lauracalabrese_) and Calvin Dao (@CalvDao) as they live blog from the Social Media and Society Conference at the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Meet Your Top Three Mayoral Candidates
Sep 26, 2014 It is one of many debates, but it's the first one that mayoral candidate Doug Ford is set to appear.Join reporters Katherine DeClerq (@kedec01) and Sarah Traynor (@tweetTraynor) as they live blog from York Memorial C.I at 7:30 p.m.
What is Changemaking?
Sep 23, 2014 'What is Changemaking' is an innovative and hands on workshop designed for students, faculty and community leaders. As the first workshop of the series it will provide them with the connections and mentorships they need to pave the way for future social change. The discussion will feature keynote speakers Marilyn Struthers, the John C. Eaton Chair in Social Innovation and Entreneurship, and also Ric Young, a distinguished visiting professor of Social Innovation at Ryerson University. Have a question? Tweet reporter Hayley Morrison (@haysmorrison).
Mayoral Debate on Disability Issues Sep 22, 2014 How will Toronto's next mayor create a more inclusive and accessible city? That's the top question at the Mayoral Debate on Disability Issues on September 22, 2014 at 1 p.m. Have a question for John Tory or Olivia Chow? Tweet our reporters Gina @ginawicentowich or David @vidchen.
DMGTalks: Gigs and Careers in Fandom and Geek Culture
Sep 26, 2014 How do you make a career out of your nerdiest passions? Tune in at 2 p.m. as reporter and self-described nerd Michael Lyons (@queer_mikey) live blogs a panel of five amazing women who have made careers in television - print, podcasts, online and more - out of the fandoms they love most.
ProudTOvote Mayoral Debate
Sep 19, 2014 Curious how your mayoral candidates feel about LGBTQ issues? Tune in at 5:30pm as reporters Michael Lyons (@queer_mikey) and Sarah Traynor (@tweetTraynor) give you live updates on who says what at the ProudTOvote mayoral candidates debate.Have a question for one of the candidates? Let us know and stay tuned to see if we ask your question.
Press Conference: Update on Rob Ford's health Sep 17, 2014 Ryersonian reporter Kayla Hoolwerf is at Mount Sinai Hospital for an update on Rob Ford's health. Tune in at 5 for live coverage.
Product Hunt Toronto Meetup
Sep 17, 2014 Ryersonian reporter Sissi Wang is live blogging from the Product Hunt Toronto Meetup; an event for curating the best new products in technology. Have a question about one of the products? Tweet @SissiWang3.
TEDxRyersonU Student Speaker Auditions 2014
Sep 19, 2014 Twelve Ryerson students battle it out for a spot in the TedXRyersonU Speaker Series. We're bringing you all the live updates from judges comments, to audience reactions to what the speakers themselves say. Tweet our reports Nicole (@nicolegabe), Andrew (@AndrewKalinchuk) and Angela (@Angelamaries) and tell them who you think is going to win.
Morgan Baskin Q&A
Sep 17, 2014 Mayoral candidate Morgan Baskin comes to Ryerson for a Q&A. Have a question for Morgan? Tweet our reporter Beth Bowers @bbrbowers
Olivia Chow Q&A Sep 15, 2014 Mayoral candidate Olivia Chow is on campus from 12 pm-1 pm and she's answering your questions in a Q&A hosted by the Ryerson Students' Union and MAPS (Mobilizing Actively Political Students) . Follow our reporters Janelle Jordan(@thejanellezone), Dilys Chan(@dilysC) and Fatima Kazmi(@get2Kazmi), for live updates.
Live: Doug Ford running for mayor
Sep 18, 2014 Live editor Sarah Traynor is live tweeting for the Ryersonian. Reporter Katherine DeClerq is also there. Alex Heck and Zac Dodds editors.
Live: MLSE Tim Leiweke at Ted Rogers School of Management Sep 11, 2014 Calvin Dao reports for the Ryersonian
Rob Ford Admitted to Hospital Sep 10, 2014 - 7:46 PM EDT Mayor Rob Ford was admitted to hospital on Wednesday, with complaints of abdominal pains.Examinations resulted in a “working diagnosis of a tumour,” according to a statement from Humber River Hospital.Doug Ford is speaking at a press conference at the hospital.
The Big Transit Mayoral Debate of 2014
Sep 15, 2014 Transit in Toronto is one of the biggest issues on the table in the 2014 Mayoral Race. We've got Ryersonian reporters Steve Gelis (@StevenGelis), Kate DeClerq(@kedec01), and Angela Hennessy(@angelamaries). Live blogging the debate being held on Ryerson's campus.Have a question for one of the candidates? Tweet @theryersonian and tag #SonianNews.
LIVE: Investigative reporter Kevin Donovan at Ryerson
Apr 9, 2014 Kevin Donovan, investigative reporter at The Toronto Star, speaks to first-year Ryerson students
LIVE: Olivia Chow at Ryerson
Apr 4, 2014 Mayoral candidate Olivia Chow will speak to Ryerson students on Friday, April 4. The Ryersonian's Bethany Van Lingen will be there with the updates.
LIVE: BDS Rally Apr 4, 2014 The Ryerson Students’ Union annual general meeting erupted in protests yesterday when members voted in favour of the RSU joining the Palestinian boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement. In response to this decision, the Students for Justice in Palestine campus group will hold a celebratory rally on Gould Street. The Ryersonian's Samantha Lui is at the event with the updates.
LIVE: Project Brazen 2 publication ban lifted
Apr 3, 2014 Live updates from Bruce Laregina and Hailey Chan at City Hall.
LIVE: Ryerson Students' Union Spring General Meeting
Apr 3, 2014 The RSU holds two meetings each year where all members are eligible to vote on important student issues, and help set the direction of the students' union. Reporter Jackie Hunter (@jackiehuntr) is at the event with the updates.
LIVE: Mayoral debate: Who will shape Toronto's future?
Mar 28, 2014 2014 Toronto Mayoral candidates Rob Ford, David Soknacki, Karen Stintz and John Tory will be at Ryerson to debate the key issues facing Toronto. The candidates will be at the George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre on Thursday, March 27, 6 to 8 p.m.
LIVE: Share THIS: Why the death of the homepage is good for digital journalism
Mar 24, 2014 The Boston Globe's Digital Adviser to the Editor, David Skok (@dskok), will speak about the social age of news and the death of the homepage at the 2014 Atkinson Lecture. Reporter Sarah Jones will be live blogging at the Sears Atrium on campus with the updates.
LIVE: Olivia Chow's Rally for a Better City
Mar 16, 2014 Olivia Chow officially entered the mayoral race this week and she's kicking off her first campaign rally on Sunday, March 16 at 1 p.m. The Ryersonian's Bethany Van Lingen (@BethVL) will be live blogging with updates from the Rally for a Better City, taking place at The Westin Prince Toronto.
LIVE: World MasterCard Fashion Week
Mar 14, 2014 Toronto fashion week is just around the corner and The Ryersonian will be covering the shows and trends throughout the week.
LIVE: Ryerson Budget Town Hall
Mar 12, 2014 Reporter Diana Hall will be live blogging at the Ryerson community town hall discussing the development of the university's budget.
LIVE: Ryerson Food Services Town Hall Meeting
Mar 19, 2014
LIVE: Academic Plan Town Hall
Mar 11, 2014 Students are invited to join Provost and Vice President Academic Dr. Mohamed Lachemi for a town hall meeting that will focus on the draft academic plan framework that resulted from the fall 2013 community consultation sessions.
LIVE: Murder trial of Carina Petrache Mar 31, 2014 Reporter Bruce Laregina will be live blogging from the Ontario Superior Court.
LIVE: Media Coverage of Sexual Violence on Campus
Mar 4, 2014 A special panel discussion on media coverage of sexual violence on Canadian campuses, identifying strengths, challenges, hidden stories and promising approaches.
LIVE: Press Conference with Finance Minister Charles Sousa
Mar 4, 2014 News on the press conference this morning with Finance Minister Charles Sousa speaking on reduced auto insurance. Follow Kelly McDowell @kmcdowell04 and Jamie webster @jamiewebsays for updates.
LIVE: TTC Press Conference Mar 3, 2014 For live updates on the new TTC pilot project, which assigns numbers to the subway lines.
LIVE: Viola Desmond Day Award Ceremony
Mar 3, 2014 - 4:45 PM EDT The Ryerson University Black History Awareness Committee (BHAC) recognizes the amazing contributions of outstanding, strong, Black Canadian women on campus.
LIVE: Ryerson Rams Men's Hockey Playoff Game 2 vs Lakehead Feb 28, 2014 The Ryerson Rams take on the Lakehead Thunderwolves on Friday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Thunder Bay. Sports editor Harlan Nemers reports.
4th Annual Queering Black History Month
Mar 2, 2014
Big Brother Canada: Expect The Unexpected
Apr 10, 2014 We'll be covering all the craziness in the Big Brother Canada house this season. Follow our reporter Jamie Webster for all the latest updates.
LIVE: 86th Academy Awards
Mar 12, 2014 Get the latest scoop on all the Oscar buzz. From winner predictions to red carpet fashion, follow our live blog for all the award show updates.
LIVE: Opportunities in the Evolving World of Business Journalism Talk
Feb 25, 2014 A business journalism panel looks at opportunities and challenges for journalism students and schools.
LIVE: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion of Mental Health Talk
Feb 27, 2014 Ryerson presents a Soup and Substance talk exploring mental health issues through the lens of equity, diversity and inclusion at Heaslip House.
LIVE: Mayoral Race
Feb 26, 2014
LIVE: Lunch and Learn - Working with the Government
Feb 14, 2014
LIVE: Robyn Doolittle Q & A
Feb 13, 2014 Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle, author of the new book "Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story", talks to students at Ryerson thismorning.
LIVE: 2013 Toronto Ombudsman's Report Feb 12, 2014
LIVE: Ryerson Marketing Conference
Feb 7, 2014 The Ryerson Marketing Conference is the first marketing conference to be held at Ryerson University. The event features a dynamic panel of speakers and provides students with an opportunity to advance their careers as marketers.
LIVE: The Real World Speaker Series
Feb 6, 2014 Brian Burke and Don Meehan discuss issues with law, commerce and politics in the sports field at the third annual speaker series, “Law, Business, Politics: The Real World”, hosted by the Ted Rogers School of Management Department of Law and Business.
LIVE: Juno nominations
Feb 4, 2014 The Juno nominees for the March 30 show will be announced at approximately 10:30 a.m. EST.
LIVE: Ramsay Talk with Robyn Doolittle and Kirstine Stewart
Feb 3, 2014 Twitter Canada's Kirstine Stewart talks to Robyn Doolittle of the Toronto Star about her book, Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story, which was released today.
LIVE: Dean's Lecture Series
Feb 4, 2014 - 6:00 PM EDT The Faculty of Communication and Design presents a lecture series on developing skillsets for the 21st century.

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