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July-August 2022

BY TARA SIEBARTH | July 05 2022

EDITOR’S NOTE Change is the new normal LETTERS Preprints can cause problems CAMPUS Big canoes, small world Capilano U greenlights first on-campus housing complex Laurier professor studies how language lights up our brains NOTA BENE What’s left, 10 years after Quebec’s Maple Spring Athabasca U’s ‘near virtual’ plan worries town residents COLUMNS In my opinion: Advice […]

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | July 05 2022

This new residence will provide 362 beds for first- and second-year students and is expected to be completed by 2024.

BY SUSAN GOLDBERG | June 30 2022

Lakehead project aims to restore one of several decades-old boats that are ‘catalysts for community building.’

BY MAXIME PLANTE, JULIE FRÉDETTE, AMÉLIE BOURBEAU & CLAUDIA CHAMPAGNE | June 28 2022

A group of researchers at Université de Sherbrooke came up with a unique way to educate people about the “leaky pipeline” in academe.

BY MARK CARDWELL | June 28 2022

Some universities experiencing record-breaking giving, but clarity is important to avoid misunderstandings.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | June 24 2022

Learning a second language sparks new connections in the brain that are stored as cognitive reserve.

BY UA/AU | June 21 2022

Indigenous artists are reclaiming space on university campuses, threading history and storytelling through creative works in a variety of mediums that enrich the student experience.

BY ÉMILE BÉRUBÉ-LUPIEN | June 20 2022

Young leaders reflect on the legacy of the province’s largest-ever student protests.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | June 15 2022

How universities are responding to a country-wide shortage.

BY STUART CHAMBERS | June 09 2022

A part-time professor’s most important lesson: survival.

BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | June 07 2022

The Alberta government is supporting the community’s fight to keep university jobs local.

BY SHARON ENGBRECHT | June 01 2022

Where non-academic work can help you cross the bridge back to the professoriate.