But with "Select," that's no longer the case; you're no longer connected to anyone who might be a potential match.
Instead, you're only connected to those in your supposed social strata — or as it was defined in past eras, the confines of your "class" — which only serves to reinforce our worst impulses to divide, discriminate and segregate.
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Norrie, a tenured associate professor on contract as associate dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management, is asking for 5,000-plus in the case, in which he also claims defamation.James Norrie, well-known in the IT field and a frequent media commentator — who once famously appeared on an episode of the CBC show with his students — says he has been told to stay off campus and is also seeking a court injunction so that he can attend convocation ceremonies in June.In his statement of claim against the university, Norrie says he was never given any information about the allegations of harassment, simply that Ryerson was “removing (him) immediately from the workplace” in March.Apart from teaching one course — which he is only being permitted to do since Ryerson could not find a replacement — he is not allowed on campus, the court filing states.Norrie’s lawyer, Laughlin Campbell, said neither he nor his client wished to comment on the case.“We regret that the matter is before the courts,” said Campbell.