Ryerson denounced for toilet paper system that provides students with one-ply, administrators with two-ply

Nov 1, 2015 by

TORONTO — A controversy over who gets better toilet paper at a Toronto university has critics denouncing what they call a two-tier system, while other Ontario institutions say their bathroom tissue is “equitably distributed.”

An investigation published this week by a student newspaper at Ryerson University showed the floors housing the president’s office and other administrative departments got two-ply toilet paper, while students received one-ply.

A university spokesman, Michael Forbes, told the Eyeopener that the practice has been in place for more than a decade but the newspaper says the reason for it is unclear.

The revelation has been met with light-hearted outrage as well as backlash from those who argue there are more pressing concerns within the education system.

Source: Ryerson denounced for toilet paper system that provides students with one-ply, administrators with two-ply | National Post

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