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2017

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.

BY ANQI SHEN | September 13 2017

The online resource will offer advice on the job search process with attention to specific challenges transgender applicants face.

BY ELIZABETH ROLLINS EPPERLY | September 11 2017

An excerpt from a new memoir by University of Prince Edward Island’s first female president.

BY SHEILA COTE-MEEK | September 07 2017

“What I’ve found the most rewarding about administration is the opportunity to bring about systemic change.”

BY TARA SIEBARTH | September 06 2017

EDITOR’S NOTE When tragedy strikes: Universities grapple with the fallout from student suicide LETTERS A few more iconic university buildings PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Roy Pogorzelski has been appointed director for the Iikaisskini (Low Horn) FNMI Gathering Place at the University of Lethbridge, and other appointments. CAMPUS Documenting the art of telling lost stories Teaching […]

BY NATALIE SAMSON | September 06 2017

10 questions for universities developing a coordinated response to suicide in their campus community.

BY JACKIE WONG | September 06 2017

In the wake of student suicides, universities are reflecting on how to respond, and on their approaches to dealing with mental health.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | September 05 2017

Institutions are required to submit action plans by year’s end and are expected to meet their diversity targets by December 2019.

BY OLIVE J YONGE | September 04 2017

The great importance of knowing themselves and recognizing their courage ranged from little everyday acts, called micro-courage, to big acts of courage whereby they felt their job was on the line.

BY MICHAEL FREEMAN | September 01 2017

“It’s difficult to know what you’re truly passionate about until you try it.”

BY ETERNITY MARTIS | September 01 2017

Art historian Charmaine Nelson, who specializes in the history of slave ads, is this year’s William Lyon Mackenzie King Chair for Canadian Studies at the U.S. university.

BY ANQI SHEN | August 31 2017

Artists, filmmakers and communities are bringing little-known events in Canadian history to a national audience.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | August 30 2017

There’s little evidence that automatic entrance scholarships persuade students to accept an offer of admission. Could the funds be better spent elsewhere?

BY MELANIE LEFEBVRE | August 29 2017

The Emerging Indigenous Voices Awards will help support the work of young Indigenous writers.

BY JESSICA NATALE WOOLLARD | August 25 2017

At least one university has explicitly restricted students’ use of editors for their assignments.

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