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Headlines for March 14, 2017

BY ANQI SHEN | MAR 14 2017

Globe and Mail
McGill hazing incident reveals university ban’s shortcomings

A student says he was forced to take part in a booze-soaked hazing ritual by the basketball team, a violation of McGill’s assurances of a “hazing-free environment.”

Globe and Mail
When student loans step on your dreams

“All the advice was: ‘You’d make a good professor,’ ” recalls Iain Reeve. “I never heard a single dissenting voice saying the market was bad.”

Educate, don’t confiscate: Trainers say Carleton wrong to remove gym scale

Taking choice away from members is not the right approach, Ottawa trainers say.

Peterborough Examiner
Free tuition offer at Trent University open house

Trent is holding a contest that will cover the cost of first-year tuition for the 2017-18 school year.

Toronto Sun
Opinion: Reaction to Prof. Jordan Peterson shows our kids are enrolled at Mollycoddle U

“Back in my college career, it was considered a good day if you weren’t teargassed. No more,” writes Mike Strobel.

Montreal Gazette
Bishop’s University to host forum on Quebec society for anglophones

About 50 anglophones between 18-24 are expected to participate in discussions to provide a better understanding of Quebec society and how they can affect change.

Times Higher Education
Data bites: top 20 sources of overseas students for U.S.

China and India accounted for almost half of all international students in the US last year, up from just under a quarter a decade before.

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