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Headlines for Dec. 11, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | DEC 11 2017

The fight over free speech at universities comes down to the question of the purpose of higher-ed

For some, university is a finishing school. For others, it’s an avenue for social justice.

Too early to celebrate success of free tuition program, critics say

About 6,000 students students took advantage of the province’s free tuition program for the 2017-2018 academic year.

U of R nabs multimillion-dollar contract to study effects of policing on mental health of RCMP

The RCMP has hired the University of Regina to study the “intense and unrelenting” pressures and stresses of policing and their effects on the mental health of RCMP officers.

Pop goes Canada 150: New university design project celebrates Canadian milestone one last time

Students in the University of Alberta’s Faculty of design have come up colourful illustrations of some of Canada’s famous pop icons.

Hill Times
Opinion: Budget 2018: a litmus test for the future of Canadian research

The success of Canada’s young researchers — vital to our country’s future prosperity — depends upon it.

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