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The Eyeopener also held a large anniversary party ; dozens of alumni attended.
Some RyeSAC and RyePride members also informed the Ryersonian editorial staff that they planned to deface the Eyeopener office.
While many people tend to associate the Eyeopener with these various controversies, it should also be noted that the paper has won three awards from the Canadian Association of Journalists for its investigative reporting, a feat unmatched by any other student paper in Canada.
It is also an Eyeopener tradition to devote all or part of the issue immediately preceding Valentine's Day to issues surrounding love and sex.

Eyeopener and 2006
The Eyeopener completed its fortieth year in September 2007, but the 2006-2007 masthead opted to hold formal anniversary celebrations in the fall of 2006 instead.

Eyeopener and editor-in-chief
First editor-in-chief Tom Thorne did not attend because the Eyeopener failed to notify him about the event.

Eyeopener and published
The Eyeopener is published by Rye Eye Publishing Inc., owned by the students of Ryerson as a non-profit corporation.
At a meeting of the board of governors, one of the governors admitted to not knowing what " The Eyeopener " was, and asked if the administration published it.
The Eyeopener has published an annual magazine issue in the second term since 2005.

Eyeopener and editorial
The Eyeopener responded with a front-page editorial, headed " A Proclamation.
RyeSAC executives sent an open letter to the paper condemning the parody issue and suggested that the student union would be withdrawing its funding and requiring the Eyeopener to work with a third-party board to develop editorial policies.
Doolittle's tongue-in-cheek editorial promised free beer to any student of Miller's who wrote for the Eyeopener using a pen name.

Eyeopener and journalism
Response ranged from those who considered the headline insensitive, as it was printed very close to the second anniversary of the Montreal massacre, to a pair of journalism professors who applauded The Eyeopener for being " obstreperous " and encouraged it to keep on doing so.

Eyeopener and Miller
More specifically, Miller told Eyeopener staff that he expected two editors to resign from their elected and paid positions despite the fact that they were not given any notice of this new curricular requirement at the time of their election to the Eyeopener masthead.

Eyeopener and .
The Eyeopener is one of two weekly student newspapers at Ryerson University in Toronto.
True to its forerunner's reputation, the early days of The Eyeopener were marked by clashes with the administration and student government alike.
" In no manner whatsoever will The Eyeopener become a part of such a binding and illegal request ... We have the right to speak and we demand our right and take the right.
Eyeopener editor Mike O ' Connor came across campus security guards emptying the paper's distribution racks and throwing copies in the garbage.
The Eyeopener upped its circulation to 10, 000 issues per week from 8, 000 per week at the start of the 2007-2008 academic year.
He did, however, write an introduction for the Eyeopener 40th anniversary book and, had he known the date of the party, would have been there.
Eyeopener editors were surprised to find that Thorne had not been invited, as at least one member of the 40th masthead was told that he had reportedly said he was looking forward to the event.
The Eyeopener is generally thought to be somewhat left-leaning and is often editorially critical of Ryerson Students ' Union and the University's administration.
The editors were eventually allowed to keep their jobs, but any final-year print student who had not already been elected to the masthead was required to write for the Ryersonian and could therefore not write for the Eyeopener.
Bodirsky was a layout and design manager at the Eyeopener ; Yum and Dingman were editors-in-chief.

also and dropped
" Pretty Little Picture " is frequently dropped from productions of the show, and one verse of " I'm Calm " is also frequently trimmed.
On their 1950 tour of New Zealand and Australia they also adopted the nickname British Lions, first used by British and South African journalists on the 1924 South African tour, after the lion emblem on their ties, the emblem on their jerseys having been dropped in favour of the four-quartered badge with the symbols of the four represented unions.
Because of a wine glut ( wine lake ) in the generic production, the price squeeze induced by an increasingly strong international competition, and vine pull schemes, the number of growers has recently dropped from 14, 000 and the area under vine has also decreased significantly.
His voice became a fixture of both Memorial Stadium and Camden Yards, and his expression " Give that fan a contract ", uttered whenever a fan caught a foul ball, was one of his trademarks – the other being his distinct " Thank Yooooou ..." following every announcement ( He was also known on occasion to say " Give that fan an error " after a dropped foul ball ).
This led to the return of dropped characters, including Little Plum, Baby Face Finlayson and The McTickles, but also led to the introduction of new strips such as Little Monkey.
He also dropped the ball.
* ( ــ ٰ ـ ) superscript alif ( also " short " or " dagger alif ": A replacement for an original alif that is dropped in the writing out of some rare words, e. g. لاكن is not written out with the original alif found in the word pronunciation, instead it is written out as ل ٰ كن.
Christopher Hatton and Sidney's friend Hubert Languet also tried to dissuade Sidney from pursuing the matter, and it was eventually dropped.
Centerfire cartridges are also safer, as a dropped rimfire cartridge has the potential to discharge if its rim strikes the ground with sufficient force to ignite the primer.
Kelly also frequently appeared on television shows during the 1960s, but his one effort at television series, as Father Chuck O ' Malley in Going My Way ( 1962 – 63 ), based on the Best Picture of 1944 starring Bing Crosby, was dropped after thirty episodes, although it enjoyed great popularity in Roman Catholic countries outside of the United States.
The darning needle is used in duplicate stitch ( also known as Swiss darning ), while the crochet hook is also essential for repairing dropped stitches and some specialty stitches such as tufting.
Among many changes, aluminium brake drums were added to the rear, and the original Fiat engine was dropped in favour of a newer design also purchased from Fiat.
Many IFVs were also equipped with firing ports from which their infantry could fire their weapons from inside, although these were generally not successful and have been dropped from modern IFVs.
As We May Think also predicted many kinds of technology invented after its publication in addition to hypertext such as personal computers, the Internet, the World Wide Web, speech recognition, and online encyclopedias such as Wikipedia: " Wholly new forms of encyclopedias will appear, ready-made with a mesh of associative trails running through them, ready to be dropped into the memex and there amplified.
Several local Jewish papers, including Jewish Week in New York and Jewish Exponent in Philadelphia have also dropped use of the term.
Enrollment in computer-related degrees in U. S. has dropped recently due to lack of general interests in science and mathematics and also out of an apparent fear that programming will be subject to the same pressures as manufacturing and agriculture careers.
Kevin Costner had been cast as Ace Woody, a " vile and sadistic trainer of slaves who are forced to fight in death matches for a plantation owner ( DiCaprio )" before he later dropped out due to scheduling conflicts, and was replaced by Kurt Russell who later also dropped out.
A longer and harder trigger stroke is the trade-off, but this drawback can also be viewed as a safety feature, as the gun is safer against accidental discharges from being dropped.
She also dropped " Penn " from her professional name.
He is also usually attired in a white tie, however, the Barrie Appleby dropped this around 2005.
Linguistic amendments were also included ; the line in the preamble emphasising that authors possessed books as they would any other piece of property was dropped, and the bill moved from something designed " for Securing the Property of Copies of Books to the rightful Owners thereof " to a bill " for the Encouragement of Learning, by Vesting the Copies of Printed Books in the Authors or Purchasers of such Copies ".
Formal instruction was also very popular ; however, the number of people educated using a planned curriculum at home dropped as public education grew in popularity during the 1900s.
Cross would also be dropped from pregame coverage after this game and moved to the broadcast booth for the remainder of his tenure at CBS, while Bradshaw moved from the broadcast booth to co-host of The NFL Today with Musburger's replacement, Greg Gumbel.

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