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MEDIA SCAN

Headlines for Aug. 9, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | AUG 09 2018

Arabian Business
How Saudi-Canada spat could end the dreams of many students

Students tell of concerns of not being able to earn their degrees after Saudi Arabia suspends all scholarships to Canada as part of dispute.

Ottawa Citizen
The remarkably unremarkable ‘Gee-Gees case’ and what it means

The case not only focused attention of the issue of sexual assault and violence, but also on the behaviour and treatment of star student athletes at the University of Ottawa.

Sault Star
Algoma loses 40 students over spat

The cohort, representing 25 full-time equivalent students, are in their fourth year of study.

The Province
UBC trying to help about 280 Saudi Arabian students get information

President Santa Ono said he hopes the dispute can be resolved so the students can continue their studies at UBC.

Times Higher Education
Minority scientists to mentor senior professors in equality drive

‘People who have been around at a university for a while assume they know everything…but actually they need to be educated themselves,’ says a project leader.

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