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Headlines for Oct. 31, 2017

By ANQI SHEN | OCT 31 2017

Student-run Halifax health centre up and running again

The student-run Halifax Outreach Prevention Education Support (HOPES) health centre is up and running again.

Global News
UBC fields 10 reports under new sexual assault policy

More detailed information on individual cases is protected by privacy restrictions.

Hamilton Spectator
Mac receives second multimillion-dollar boost for liberal arts

Lynton (Red) Wilson’s investment helped make possible the Socrates Project, which will draw on the university’s strengths in humanities and social sciences.

Strike averted at University of Ottawa with tentative deal

The university has reached a tentative deal with part-time professors.

Globe and Mail
Dalhousie student criticizes ‘anti-Canadian’ student-union motion

A student at Dalhousie University is speaking out against what she calls an “anti-Canadian” motion passed by the school’s student union, saying it has ignited racial tensions on campus.

U of R president speaks on own experience with sexual harassment

University of Regina president and vice-chancellor Vianne Timmons is joining the #metoo conversation.

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