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November 2017

BY TARA SIEBARTH | October 06 2017

Those absent-minded scribbles may actually help you to process information and tap into your creativity.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | October 05 2017

A 14-metre stretch of sidewalk will soon power an entire office.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | October 04 2017

EDITOR’S NOTE Embracing the city: Universities move beyond the cloistered campus LETTERS We need to question, and manage, expectations PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Meric Gertler has been reappointed president of the University of Toronto for a second term that runs until June 30, 2023, and other appointments. CAMPUS A tradition of glassblowing welds father and […]

BY WENDY GLAUSER | October 04 2017

The Tri-Council funding agencies have announced that a redesign of the CCV is underway.

BY DIANE PETERS | October 04 2017

A prosperous and healthy city benefits urban universities and their surrounding communities.

BY ANQI SHEN | October 03 2017

The craft of repairing and customizing lab equipment passes from one generation to the next at Brock.

BY ADAM CHAPNICK | September 29 2017

When students don’t participate, neither they nor their peers can learn as much.

BY JESSICA RIDDELL | September 28 2017

The saviour trope versus critical hope.

BY SUZANNE BOWNESS | September 27 2017

Schools are also looking to encourage domestic students to benefit from international students’ presence.

BY BRIAN OWENS | September 22 2017

The city’s two universities create new research chairs related to cannabis.

BY MAUREEN MACDONALD | September 22 2017

The problem of equity is not new, nor is it unique to science, though I sense we’ve been ready to solve it for a long time.

BY SARA HAROWITZ | September 20 2017

New UBC residence is world’s tallest wood building.

BY HANNAH HOAG | September 19 2017

The new station in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, will study Arctic issues including climate change.

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