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By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | March 08 2010

Receiving their iconic X-Rings is a highly anticipated event for students at St. Francis Xavier University.

By JOHN LORINC | March 08 2010

New online repository supported by institutional funding.

By LAURA RYCKEWAERT | February 22 2010

A student project looked to find out how easy it might be to get someone to accept a fabricated Facebook user as a friend.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | February 08 2010

Reputable agents can be your best representative for attracting international students, say recruiters, but beware the shysters.

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | February 08 2010

Outcry over a Pfizer executive appointed to CIHR’s governing body hasn’t echoed with the other granting councils.

By NICK TAYLOR-VAISEY | February 08 2010

Most likely goal is to recruit party volunteers, observers say.

By HEATHER SUTHERLAND | February 08 2010

Researchers record the tales and observations of people from the North for a feature-length film on climate change, arctic survival and adaptation.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | February 08 2010

Locally known as the Neuro, this institution was founded by Wilder Penfield.

By HEATHER SUTHERLAND | February 08 2010

Student Milun Tesovic co-founded and made Billboard Magazine’s 2009 Top 30 under 30 list – all by the age of 25.

By NICK TAYLOR-VAISEY | January 25 2010

A rose by any other name…

By DANIEL DROLET | January 11 2010

Exchanges and partnerships are poised to grow, but can we make the most of this opportunity?

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | January 11 2010

Report recommends time limit on postdoctoral training

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 11 2010

When the lottery jackpot is particularly big or it looks like the Leafs might possibly make the playoffs, the probability is quite high that Jeffrey Rosenthal will be called upon by the media to elucidate the chances that you or the Leafs will win. Dr. Rosenthal has been studying probability, randomness and chance for nearly […]

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 11 2010

A wall of plants three stories high at Saint Mary’s University is not only meant to be esthetically pleasing, but also helps to remove airborne contaminants.

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 11 2010

A torch stands outside the Olympic skating oval at the University of Calgary, a lasting reminder of Calgary’s 1988 Winter Games and the legacy they left behind. The legacy of the Olympics is also on the mind of Vancouver-area institutions for the upcoming 2010 Winter Games. No university got the chance this time to have […]

By DANIEL MCCABE | January 11 2010

Preston Manning has been a knowledgeable supporter of science for years

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | January 11 2010

There’s plenty of folklore, but few facts, about the origins of a two-headed calf on display in the pathology wing of the University of Saskatchewan’s Western College of Veterinary Medicine. The calf (pictured above) was there well before technical supervisor Lois Ridgway began working in pathology. She told the university’s On Campus News that she […]

By CAROLYN WONG | December 07 2009

Daily maid service, wet bar, luxurious linens, modern decor and a chic bistro – these are not the kinds of amenities you’d expect from your typical campus accommodations. But the University of Calgary’s newly opened Hotel Alma, one of Canada’s few on-campus hotels, “is not a traditional campus residence,” says Voula Cocolakis, associate vice-provost, residence and […]

By LÉO CHARBONNEAU | December 07 2009

Students may sometimes roll their eyes at their university’s marketing efforts, but Brock University has found a way to get their students actively involved. Using their distinctive “Both Sides of the Brain” campaign, the university has invited students to discover their own “other side” with a special photo booth and through an online Facebook contest. […]

By ROSANNA TAMBURRI | December 07 2009

Most schools are concerned about funding from provincial grants