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Why China wants ‘Western-style’ liberal arts education
Foreign universities interested in setting up liberal arts and science degrees in China believe they can operate within the country’s current confines, including an atmosphere that is hostile to criticism.
For trans folks, free speech can be silencing
The debate surrounding Wilfrid Laurier and that now infamous Jordan Peterson video has largely ignored the marginalized voices at the centre of the controversy.
What really happened at Wilfrid Laurier University
Inside Lindsay Shepherd’s supposed fight for free speech.
Queen’s University student’s project aims to keep international students warm over the winter
The Queen’s winter coat exchange offers international students access to gently used winter jackets, scarves, toques other items of winter clothing.
Drunk University of Calgary students get a place to sober up
The University of Calgary is starting a pilot program in January that will repurpose a residence space as a place for drunk students to sober up.