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BY MOIRA MACDONALD | September 25 2019

They affirm that universities have a vital role to play in helping society navigate through the deepest challenges of our time, from climate change to the dangers of misinformation and rising intolerance.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 23 2019

To mark the magazine’s 60th anniversary, current editor Léo Charbonneau sits down with the magazine’s two preceding editors to look back on the issues, events and personalities covered in its pages over the years.

BY TARA SIEBARTH | September 20 2019
BY ERIKA THORKELSON | September 18 2019

“Acknowledging that [Indigenous communities] have sovereignty over the material and that it is indeed not yours is one of the key things we’re trying to promote in the work that we’re doing with the archival community.”

BY BECKY RYNOR | September 10 2019

The award-winning organization specializing in educational forays into the Arctic and Antarctic celebrates its 20th anniversary next year.

BY ANQI SHEN | August 28 2019

Seven of this year’s cohort recount impromptu situations with their students that led them to reflect deeply on what they do.

BY ANQI SHEN | August 21 2019

These programs offer international students, and their host families in Canada, the chance for a real cultural exchange.

BY JESSICA NATALE WOOLLARD | August 19 2019

One program, Knowledge Makers, was recently recognized with the Alan Blizzard Award for excellence in teaching collaboration.

BY MARK CARDWELL | August 14 2019

The behind-the-scenes crew that keeps a campus the size of a small city up and running.

BY ANGELYN FRANCIS | August 07 2019

After decades of grassroots work by Black scholars, a few universities have started offering Black Canadian studies programs. Will it be enough to start reversing what one professor calls Canada’s “Black brain drain”?

BY DIANE PETERS | July 03 2019

Adaptations of the history scholar’s work take centre stage at the theatre festival.

BY RANDY BOYAGODA | June 28 2019

The campus novel is fiction for our times, but the best of the genre is timeless.

BY DIANE PETERS | June 26 2019

Canada’s “queen of giraffes” – denied tenure because she was a woman, despite her groundbreaking research – finally gets the recognition she deserves.

BY NATALIE SAMSON | June 25 2019

Library association releases statement clarifying this evolving role.

BY KERRY BANKS | June 14 2019

In the 1950s, the Prairies were a hub for psychedelic science. Some 60 years later, Canadian researchers are showing a renewed interest in the therapeutic use of psychedelics.

BY BECKY RYNOR | June 05 2019

The filmmaker and founder of York University’s Stereoscopic 3D Lab picked up the Governor General’s Lifetime Achievement Award in Visual and Media Arts earlier this year.

BY MEGAN JENKINS | May 14 2019

For her thesis project, education grad Meghan Parker made an autobiographical graphic novel that argues for drawing to be recognized as a mode of scholarship.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | May 08 2019

Though often viewed with skepticism, when done well, these plans can help to set an institution’s path.

BY MICHELLE WOODARD | May 01 2019

MacEwan University’s Mitchell Art Gallery explores adult/child relationships and challenges itself – and others – to set new standards for accessibility.

BY MICHAEL RANCIC | May 01 2019

And what happens when controversy arises.