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By UA/AU | October 25 2010

The wins cap a string of honours for the magazine and website over the past two years.

By NICK TAYLOR-VAISEY | October 12 2010

What’s it like to be a part of the Band of the Ceremonial Guard?

By DANIEL DROLET | October 12 2010

It’s a hot issue in Quebec, where the mineral is a major export product, despite efforts to ban it.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | October 12 2010

A McMaster astrophysicist gets his turn in the limelight.

By LAURA EGGERTSON | October 12 2010

The next time an article in a science journal posits a general theory of human behaviour, view its conclusions skeptically.

By JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 27 2010

Report features mock movie posters that spotlight 21 of the university’s “A-list cast of characters”.

By TIM JOHNSON | September 27 2010

Is there a lesson here for Canadian governments?

By ANNE KERSHAW | September 13 2010

On that point there’s no argument, but educators don’t agree about how much it matters.

By JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 13 2010

Preparing the East Coast remains for display was a long and messy job, but the skeleton is now turning heads at UBC.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 13 2010

A bill that would govern foreign education providers was the hot topic at a recent AUCC workshop on India held in Ottawa.

By JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 13 2010

Astute grads get stamp of approval.

By JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 13 2010

Superhuman efforts won’t be needed for success.

By MOIRA MACDONALD | September 13 2010

The grinning jack-o’-lantern painted on its dome – they say students did it – masks a long and rich history for the building officially called the Louis B. Stewart Observatory, but better known as the University of Toronto’s Students’ Union building.

By ERIN MILLAR | September 13 2010

Students, faculty and staff from across Canada meet to address problems in accessing care.

By JEANNE ARMSTRONG | September 13 2010

It was a challenge that couldn’t be refused.

By MARK CARDWELL | August 16 2010

Professors and students at Université Laval work to prevent the city’s prized shade trees from disappearing.

By TIM LOUGHEED | August 16 2010

Marjan Eggermont teaches engineers to get the lead out – the lead pencil, that is.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | August 16 2010

The concept is gaining traction in Canada but has not yet become “the kind of national movement that we’d hoped”.

By JOHN LORINC | August 16 2010

New proposed tariff is significantly higher than previous fee regime and will now also cover digital works.

By ANNE KERSHAW | July 12 2010

This online resource attracts motivated learners with quirky course offerings and Creative Commons education materials.