Government tuition changes will damage vital student press

On Jan. 17, the Ontario government announced an array of changes to the financial frameworks of post-secondary finances. Some major changes included a reduction to school funding and OSAP—which undoubtedly prevent students in need of support from continuing their studies.

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RSJ Alumnus and Headliner Ernest Tucker, passes away at 87

By Daniela Olariu (RSJ ’17) Ernest Tucker, an RSJ ’54 alumnus, has died at age 87. After his time at Ryerson, Tucker worked at the Toronto Telegram and edited The West Indian Reporter, Toronto’s first black newspaper. In 1961, he joined the CBC radio newsroom in Toronto, later moving to CBC Montreal. After receiving his master’s…

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The Ryersonian celebrates seven decades of reporting at Ryerson

The Ryersonian has become the paper of record for Ryerson University. Dating back to its first issue in December 1948, the paper has covered the stories that mattered to the campus and surrounding community. RSJ celebrated the paper’s milestone birthday on Tuesday, December 4, welcoming alumni and faculty who worked on the paper.

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