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In my opinion

BY JEAN-PAUL ADDIE + ROGER KEIL | MAY 07 2014

The city-university link is critical to the restructuring of higher education institutions.

BY MARC SPOONER | APR 30 2014

How the ‘audit culture’ is ruining the academy and harming society in the process.

BY EARLE F. ZEIGLER | APR 23 2014

A former coach pleads for Canadian universities to retain their much better model of inter-collegiate sport.

BY RYAN J. MAILLOUX | APR 23 2014

Publish in Nature or perish.

BY RICHARD PRICE | APR 16 2014

Athletics connect universities with their communities and fosters healthier, better educated citizens.

BY DAVID K. FOOT | APR 09 2014

“This enrolment boom is now over. We knew this would happen.”

BY THOMAS KLASSEN | APR 02 2014

Their grades are mediocre, so it’s tough to promote themselves to employers and grad schools.

BY TODD PETTIGREW | MAR 26 2014

Time is up for varsity sports.

BY IAN D. CLARK + KEN NORRIE | MAR 19 2014

An excerpt from Making Policy in Turbulent Times: Challenges and Prospects for Higher Education.

BY EMMETT MACFARLANE | MAR 12 2014

Be prepared to take some flak.

BY PAUL ADAMS | MAR 12 2014

It’s difficult to say with any certainty what’s happening on campuses in terms of sexual assault.

BY PETER IBBOTT, KRISTIN LOZANSKI + GRAHAM BROAD | FEB 26 2014

CAUT’s censure will harm the reputation and academic freedom of the very faculty CAUT purports to defend.

BY BRENT EPPERSON | FEB 19 2014

Debates on reform of postsecondary education require full participation of francophones and Aboriginal Peoples.

BY DOMINIC BOYER + IMRE SZEMAN | FEB 12 2014

Breaking the impasse.

BY DAVID SMITH | FEB 05 2014

Try again, try harder and try often.

BY LAURA STEMP-MORLOCK | JAN 22 2014

This is a matter of reconciling competing rights.

BY BRYN WILLIAMS-JONES, JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BELISLE PIPON, ELISE SMITH + RENAUD BOULANGER | JAN 15 2014

For many sectors of academe, ‘paying to publish’ is ethically suspicious.

BY MARK MERCER | JAN 10 2014

Diversity at university is insignificant when compared to the differences between university culture and civilian culture: a response to “Women’s rights or religious rights: which comes first?”

BY PEGGY BERKOWITZ | JAN 08 2014

A professor believes his university is offering too much religious accommodation.

BY ROGER GRAVES AND DAVID SLOMP | DEC 18 2013

University students need to learn to write for different disciplines and assignments, and testing the skills they learned in high school isn’t relevant to what they will need to learn.