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Headlines for November 28, 2023


Toronto Star
Offensive pro-Hamas stickers at UBC further polarize campus

Emotions have been running high on campuses across the country since the Israel-Hamas war began, igniting debates over free speech and academic freedom.

Globe and Mail
York University suspends at least three employees after charges in Indigo store vandalism

A York University sociology professor who studies protests and at least two other employees of the school have been placed on leave from their jobs after they were charged in connection with hate-motivated mischief over the defacing of a Toronto Indigo bookstore.

Global News
Memo details massive cuts to Queen’s University’s Arts and Science budget

Faced with a lengthy tuition freeze and a $60M deficit, Queen’s University is introducing a series of austerity measures to cut costs.

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