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Headlines for March 8, 2019


Globe and Mail
‘You can’t be what you can’t see’

How do you increase the number of women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics? Toronto-based photographer Natalia Dolan asked female leaders in these fields to weigh in.

Toronto Star
Help my community or pay my debts? Rising law school costs force more young lawyers to make the choice

Several students submitted that rising law school tuition in Ontario is causing an access to justice issue, as new lawyers seek out corporate or higher-paying jobs to get out of debt rather than work in jobs involving a large number of low-income and marginalized clients.

Globe and Mail
Review of Concordia University English department uncovers ‘unhealthy’ climate

The English department at Concordia University came under scrutiny in January 2018, when allegations surfaced of misconduct by instructors toward students.

Postsecondary review to look at resources, government relationship and plenty more

Review welcomed by MUN president, after years of finding efficiencies.

National Post
Closing the gender gap in the life sciences is an uphill struggle

The life sciences, as with all professions and disciplines, has had its share of bleak days with women’s discoveries hidden or recognized too late.

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