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Headlines for Oct. 29, 2019

BY LAURA BEAULNE-STUEBING | OCT 29 2019

Medicine Hat News
U of L will deal with budget constraints, says president

Students are the top priority, and will remain so, for officials at the University of Lethbridge.

CBC
UWindsor law students prepare to launch trans ID clinic

University of Windsor law students part of Pro Bono Students Canada’s (PBSC) local chapter attended inclusivity and diversity training Monday led by WE Trans Support.

Global News
Western University professor apologizes after student calls out his use of the n-word

Andrew Wenaus, a Western University professor, has issued a public apology following a student’s widely-shared Instagram story recounting his use of the n-word during a lecture.

Timmins Today
BEYOND LOCAL: Here’s why PhD students should prepare for careers beyond becoming professors

The burden should not rest solely on graduate students to map out their careers beyond academia.

CBC
UPEI launches new campus safety app

UPEI has launched a free safety app for students, staff and community members.

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