MUN, Byrne at war over university finances
Memorial University’s senior administration is in a full-blown verbal war with the provincial government minister responsible for universities.
Concordia Student Stuck in Palestine Unable to Give Birth in Canada
After four months of trying to return to Montreal, Bissan Eid will be forced to have her baby in Gaza, her father Hadi Eid said at a press conference Thursday morning.
Memorial University connection to Atlantic Ocean climate change research voyage
A team of scientists from six countries left St. John’s Thursday to begin a month-long trans-Atlantic voyage to study the impact of climate change on the ocean.
Wilfrid Laurier data platform secures $2.5M in federal funds
The platform will give ‘a comprehensive picture of the evolution of Canadian companies’.
Mac’s longest-serving president, Peter George, ‘bled maroon and grey’
To Peter George, leading the university for 15 years had not just been an occupation, it was elemental to him.