Chief science adviser vows to make her advice to government public
Mona Nemer says she’ll make her advice to the government public, as long as this doesn’t violate national security.
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Massey College under pressure to cut ties with professor after comment denounced as racist
Dr. Marrus asked a black Junior Fellow: “You know this is your master, eh? Do you feel the lash?”
FOCO: Western students fighting for their right to party
Students face potential fines of up $10,000 under London’s public nuisance bylaw.
Students can get suits for free through new U of Regina program
URSU Threads provides students with free professional clothing to ease the cost of the job hunt.
Memorial inks $28.4-M energy-performance contract with Honeywell
The energy-performance contract is expected to save the school nearly $53 million over the 20-year term.
David Johnston feted as the people’s Governor General at farewell ceremony
Prior to being chosen as Canada’s 28th governor general in 2010 by then prime minister Stephen Harper, Johnston had spent a distinguished career in academe.