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(AUDIO) Muslim problems: praying on campus

While some students may be using their 10 or 30 minute break in class to have something to eat or relax, many Muslim students use it to run to the only prayer space on campus to perform their prayers – often very far. Some don’t even have enough time to both pray and come back to class on time, so they end up praying in … Continue reading (AUDIO) Muslim problems: praying on campus

A spoiled Senior’s Night: Gaels sweep Rams

By: Andrew Yang The Queen’s Gaels handed the Ryerson Rams their eighth loss of the season in a 3-0 sweep on Sunday night (26-24, 25-16, 25-21).  Outside hitter Xander Ketrzynski led the Rams in kills with eight and setter Saad Shaikh led in assists with 13 in the two sets he played.  The last time the Rams faced off against the Gaels was back on … Continue reading A spoiled Senior’s Night: Gaels sweep Rams

Men’s Volleyball: Taryq Sani leads Rams to victory in debut against Paladins

By: Manuela Vega After an ankle injury kept him off the court for seven weeks, outside-hitter Taryq Sani led the Ryerson Rams to a 3-0 victory against the Royal Military College (RMC) Paladins at the Mattamy Athletic Centre Friday night. The new recruit proved himself to be an asset for the Rams by ending the match with 12 kills and an ace. Xander Ketrzysnki also … Continue reading Men’s Volleyball: Taryq Sani leads Rams to victory in debut against Paladins

Women’s volleyball: First-place Rams defeat Paladins despite disappointing play

By: Gary-Joseph Panganiban The Ryerson Rams women’s volleyball team, who this week was named the top team in U SPORTS, defeated the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) Paladins 3-1 (25-15, 25-16, 25-27, 25-16) Friday night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Although the Rams’ perfect record remains untainted at 7-0, head coach Dustin Reid did not hold back his disappointment in the team’s performance. “At … Continue reading Women’s volleyball: First-place Rams defeat Paladins despite disappointing play

New library program provides students with textbooks on loan

By: Kelly Skjerven A new program at the Ryerson library is aiming to give students more access to class reading materials. The library has purchased almost all textbooks required by faculty members.  The library received increased funding in Ryerson’s budget this year and recognized that they needed more collections, said chief librarian Carol Shepstone. The library estimates the initial start-up cost of the program to … Continue reading New library program provides students with textbooks on loan

Ryerson Student Strike claims Eyeopener misrepresented them, Eyeopener claims otherwise

By Manuela Vega The Ryerson Student Strike (RSS) accused Ryerson’s independent newspaper The Eyeopener of misrepresenting them in their coverage of the group last week.  In a Facebook post from Sept. 18, the RSS alleges the newspaper used “fake quotes,” “half truths” and “yellow journalism.” The Eyeopener denies these claims.  The RSS has not yet provided The Eyeopener with specific instances in which the newspaper … Continue reading Ryerson Student Strike claims Eyeopener misrepresented them, Eyeopener claims otherwise