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Headlines for May 3, 2018

By ANQI SHEN | MAY 03 2018

Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Indigenization at U of S sees more aboriginal faculty, students

Three years into the University of Saskatchewan’s Indigenization, leaders are proud of steps taken but students are impatient for change.

Chronicle Herald
Opinion: Why should campus groups foot security costs for controversial public forums?

“It’s appalling that $28,500 worth of risk can become a factor, merely should a person decide to hold a public discussion,” Mark Mercer writes.

Peterborough Examiner
Trent University in Peterborough announces historic $56.8M fundraising total

Trent U concluded the most ambitious fundraising effort in its history Wednesday as officials announced that the campaign had raised nearly $7 million more than its goal.

Ottawa Citizen
Opinion: Why the debate over campus free speech matters to employers everywhere

As university students enter workplaces, they may be increasingly expecting the same type of protections against uncomfortable speech, Howard Levitt writes.

Langley Advance
Wellness centre offers Langley students refuge on campus

The Well provides a homework-free zone with massage chairs, adult colouring books, fidget toys, phototherapy light (SAD) lamps, origami paper and other creative supplies, and tea.

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