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Headlines for Oct. 22, 2021


Hamilton Spectator
U of T received formal complaints against ex-Trinity College provost accused of sexual harassment, but he wasn’t punished

The University of Toronto received formal complaints on at least two occasions about former professor Andy Orchard alleging sexual advances and inappropriate touching of graduate students.

Global News
Queen’s student association says homecoming parties were ‘over-policed’

The student government at Queen’s University isn’t happy with how policing was handled at last weekend’s street parties.

Global News
Queen’s principal issues warning to students in bid against another weekend of parties

Queen’s University doesn’t want to see a repeat of last weekend, when roughly 8,000 people gathered at one point during homecoming celebrations in the University District.

CTV News
U of G launches new mental health support pilot project

More mental health support is now available at the University of Guelph as a new pilot program launched Thursday.

Calgary Herald
Free lunch at University of Calgary launches volunteer program to address food insecurity on campus

A free lunch event on Thursday for students experiencing food insecurity at the University of Calgary marked a successful launch of a volunteer-run food program, an organizer said.

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