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MEDIA SCAN

Headlines for Sept. 20, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | SEP 20 2018

National Post
New Brunswick Liberals commit to increasing post-secondary education spending

New Brunswick’s Liberal leader says he would continue to increase spending on post-secondary education if his government is re-elected Monday.

Toronto Star
Ryerson partners with Nishnawbe Aski First Nations to address ‘desperate’ housing crisis

Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler is in Toronto this week to oversee the launch of a partnership between his communities and Ryerson University.

CBC
University of Windsor opening first international recruitment office in India

International students total 3,431 at the University of Windsor, with 1,783 of them coming from India.

Globe and Mail
Two new Canadian novels examine universities’ complicity in sexual violence

The campus novel makes for an odd genre because what defines it is place. … To me, what makes for a true campus novel is its concern with the functioning of a university, whether from the perspective of students, instructors or staff.

Sackville Tribune-Post
New Mount Allison president wants to be more accessible

Mount Allison’s new president Jean-Paul Boudreau is reaching out to members of the community and on campus, engaging in discussions and learning more about Sackville and the university.

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