Students are feeling more pressure than ever to be perfectionists — and social media may be to blame
New research suggests a desire to be perfect is causing more mental health issues among young students.
Opinion: Why scientific information is the key to democracy
Recent public-policy failures in Flint and Puerto Rico are related to a lack of openness around public access to information, writes Scott McKenzie.
Cape Breton Post
Funding impact on Cape Breton University laid out in correspondence
Cape Breton University made clear to government officials the impact changes in the funding formula had on it, correspondence shows.
Take a look inside U of Windsor’s new School of Creative Arts
The red brick building that served as the Windsor Armouries for more than a century has been transformed into a state-of-the-art school.
Female professors get more grief from students, study finds
A new study out of Eastern Washington University says students make more demands on female professors than their male colleagues.
Niagara Falls Review
Brock-led research solidifies idea that sexual orientation is biological
Groundbreaking research led by a team from Brock University has further confirmed that sexual orientation for men is likely determined in the womb.