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Headlines for Sept. 24, 2019


From wanting to blend in to standing out: Indigenous scholar at UWindsor’s presence is making a difference
Onawa LaBelle has always wondered where she fit in — and when she was younger she just wanted to blend in.

Global News
The isolated journey to post-secondary education
Students like Julianna felt the process of doing research about post-secondary options was too independent. She relied largely on the internet for her information.

Revelstoke Review
B.C. students empowered to ‘shift the vote’ this election
B.C. Federation of Students launches ‘Our Time is Now’ campaign.

Global News
Vancouver’s Emily Carr University to cancel Friday classes for Global Climate Strike
B.C.’s leading art and design university says it will cancel classes on Friday afternoon so that students and staff can participate in the Global Climate Strike.

McGill Reporter
McGill joins University Global Compact
The UGC describes itself as “a collaborative platform of globally engaged universities and higher education associations working in partnership with the United Nations and other stakeholders to create a more sustainable future for all.”

Global News
University of Lethbridge students focus on local issues heading into federal election
Local issues and local candidates are the focus for students at the University of Lethbridge as election day draws near.

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