Raise a pint!
Guelph professor Doug Larson has crafted a unique guitar from hundreds of found or donated objects.
“Seeing a better world for both our people and our shared humanity.”
Five signs from beloved local enterprises donated to the cause.
Pathways to Education addresses ﬁnancial, academic and social needs for students in poor neighbourhoods and is now going national.
Helping undergrad students understand which prerequisite courses they need to complete.
New partnerships and scholarship programs unveiled on the trip, and participants vow to deepen their relationship with India.
Find out why India is on the minds of those who work at Canada’s universities.
Quick, what’s the oldest English-language university in Canada?
An annual show at Carleton University.
First Canadian conference on deaf success in higher ed held in Toronto.
As the saying goes, behind every great man is a great woman.
Faculty and administrators hold lively discussion at international conference on higher ed governance.
Number of full-time students up 3.7 percent, with gains in every province.
But expert panel recommends no major changes to Canada’s current system of enforcing integrity rules for federally funded research.
The school’s new downtown location is a fabulous public space that aims to revitalize the community.
The wins cap a string of honours for the magazine and website over the past two years.
What’s it like to be a part of the Band of the Ceremonial Guard?
It’s a hot issue in Quebec, where the mineral is a major export product, despite efforts to ban it.
A McMaster astrophysicist gets his turn in the limelight.