Post-secondary institutions work to address student anxiety, offer support
For Jenna Kaplan, the thought of taking a day off from university to manage her anxiety disorder only made her feel worse.
Addicted to international student tuition revenue
International students have proven to be a windfall for B.C. universities and colleges, bringing in millions of dollars each year through their pricier tuition fees.
Ontario students were already loaded with debt. The province’s OSAP changes may make things worse
One year ago, Caitlin Chee made a tough decision that would require major lifestyle changes.
Campus life in Ottawa is about to change. Just how much, no one knows
In the next few weeks, CKCU station manager Matthew Crosier will learn how many Carleton students have opted to pay the $14.25 fee that helps keep the station, founded in 1975, on the air.
Man suspended from meetings for racial profiling of black scholar at humanities congress
A national academic group has banned a man from attending its annual meeting for three years after a probe found he showed “unconscious bias” against a black scholar who faced false allegations of stealing a laptop.