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Headlines for Sept. 10, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | SEP 10 2018

Times Colonist
Class act: $7-million gift boosts Royal Roads University

Royal Roads University students will have the use of three new laboratories and 11 classrooms following Friday’s opening of the Sherman Jen building, paid for in part by a $7-million donation.

CBC
Rising sexual misconduct complaints at UWindsor an ‘intended and desired’ shift

The number of informal sexual misconduct complaints at the University of Windsor nearly quadrupled in the last school year and experts believe the increase comes from a culture shift on campus.

CBC
‘Whatever it takes to not go back’: Saudi students fear consequences of defying regime deadline

At least 20 Saudi students are applying for asylum in Canada in the hope that they won’t be sent back.

The Star Halifax
Controversial Nova Scotia professor fired following backlash over comments in classroom, online

Acadia University confirmed Friday that Rick Mehta has been dismissed, several months after the Wolfville, N.S., school launched a formal investigation into complaints against the psychology professor.

CBC
Video: University alerts students to investigations into staff

The University of Manitoba alerted students returning to school about several investigations involving its staff members.

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