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Headlines for Feb. 4, 2020


Global News
Queen’s principal asks for ‘dignity and respect’ following coronavirus-themed party

A Queen’s University trustee has apologized for attending a coronavirus-themed party over the weekend, and the university’s principal has warned of an “insidious social challenge” emerging on campus in light of the outbreak, which originated in China.

Aldergrove Star
Langley universities tackle health, stereotypes as coronavirus fear spreads

Langley’s Trinity Western University has cancelled travel to China for the duration of the coronavirus outbreak centered in Wuhan, Hubei province.

The Telegram
Students faced with uncertainty as Mount Allison professors, librarians strike at New Brunswick university

Mount Allison’s professors and librarians have hit the picket lines this week as a labour dispute with the university comes to a head after seven months of negotiations.

Global News
Queen’s radio station future uncertain after student referendum

It’s been a tough several months for Queen’s University campus radio station.

The Star Phoenix
U of S law program trains new lawyers in Nunavut

This spring, Nunavut’s legal community will see a group of homegrown law students apply for articling positions for the first time in more than 10 years, thanks to a program operated by the University of Saskatchewan.

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