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Headlines for March 4, 2019

BY ANQI SHEN | MAR 04 2019

Globe and Mail
In a shift on Canadian campuses driven by Trump policies, Indian students now outnumber Chinese

Chinese students have been supplanted as the biggest foreign nationality on campuses across the country by students from India.

Carleton University testing Bluetooth navigation to help students with accessibility issues

Carleton is launching a new pilot project to help students navigate the underground tunnel system.
Lindsay Shepherd says she had to record meeting that spurred Peterson lawsuit

Former WLU teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd, entangled in a defamation lawsuit filed against her professors by controversial author Jordan Peterson, says she had little choice but to record a conversation that spurred the legal battle.

MacEwan University president resigns after two years in top job

She will leave in July to accept the position of president and vice-chancellor at Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, B.C.

Globe and Mail
Opinion: Canada’s postsecondary students would greatly benefit from more opportunities to study abroad

Only 11 per cent of undergraduates in Canada have a study-abroad experience during their degree, writes Frank McKenna.

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