Skip navigation
MEDIA SCAN

Headlines for May 9, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | MAY 09 2018

Telegram
MUN not seeking more from domestic students during budget crunch

The university is set to continue its tuition freeze for Newfoundland and Labrador students, while raising tuition for other Canadians and international students.

CBC
UWindsor prof lauded for work to prevent sexual violence against young women

Charlene Senn said her work addresses the fact that initiatives have failed to stop perpetration of sexual violence.

CBC
U of R wrestling, volleyball athletes make impassioned plea to re-instate cut programs

Students are raising concerns that the decision could open doors for other sports to be cut.

Globe and Mail
Doug Ford vows to overhaul Ontario sex-ed and math curriculums if elected

The Ontario PC leader has promised radical changes, from scrapping and replacing the sex-education and math curriculums to policing free speech on university campuses.

COMMENTS
Post a comment
University Affairs moderates all comments according to the following guidelines. If approved, comments generally appear within one business day. We may republish particularly insightful remarks in our print edition or elsewhere.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

« »