Ryerson officials can run, but they can’t hide

In a recent statement on the Ryerson University website, president Mohamed Lachemi emphasized that the university “does not avoid controversies, difficult ideas or disagreements over deeply held ideas.”

The university also lists freedom of speech and human rights as core values.

I haven’t seen evidence of any of the above in the past week.

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  • marty_p

    There seems to be a direct relationship between the religion of the president of Ryerson and York and an increase in antisemitism on campus at both.

  • Observer

    But only Ryerson University president Mohamed Lachemi, can fight the Zionist cabal being run out of Israel, running and destroying our world!

    I am sure York University president Mamdouh Shoukri would agree.

    We seem to already be a vassal state for the New Caliphate. The only question is, will we be dhimmis to the Shia or the Sunni.

  • shasta

    Why would any sane parent let their child attend Ryerson or York?

    • Observer

      Perhaps because you don’t have to meet any academic standards?

      If you can pay the tuition you probably don’t even have to be able to fog up a mirror below your nose.

      • WalterBannon

        then they would be better off apprenticing in a good trade, as a plumber or electrician, jobs which by the way will not ever be replaced by robots or other automation

  • Clausewitz

    ” Ryerson University president Mohamed Lachemi”. Well there’s your problem right there.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Ryerson and York are both ridiculous. I wouldn’t touch a Ryerson or York U. grad with a ten-foot barge pole. Mind you, they are only two among many USELESS post-secondary institutions in Ontario today. OISE is the worst.