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IN MY OPINION

By BRIAN STEVENSON | June 17 2015

Brazil understands that investing in international study is a path to global competitiveness.

By BRUCE TSUJI | June 16 2015

The newer iterations are a much better use of the medium.

By DONNA KOTSOPOULOS | June 09 2015

How the liberal arts made me better at mathematics.

By KEVIN MCCABE | June 04 2015

There are not many things in A.D. 2015 which can make an adult blush. Certainly, no one seems to be embarrassed these days by the proverbial “embarrassment of riches.” In fact, the one constant in our society is that nearly everybody would be most embarrassed by a shortage of funds, whether culpable or not. My […]

By RICHARD MACKENZIE | May 19 2015

A Quebec physicist responds to the president of NSERC

By DOUG MANN | May 11 2015

Why can’t students be more like their professors?

By PAUL FORSTER | May 04 2015

Broadening the role of humanities education is laudable. How we get there is another matter.

By MICHAEL DONALDSON, JENNY RYAN AND TANYA SAMMAN | April 28 2015

More choice for authors of scholarly publications is central to the new policy

By MARK MERCER | April 20 2015

On what grounds should academic decisions be made?  I mean decisions about hiring, tenure, and promotion, decisions about curricula and standards, about styles of teaching, about admitting students? On academic grounds alone is one answer, the answer I favour.  Another answer is on grounds also of diversity, equity, or inclusiveness. So why not, when making […]

By RALPH MARTIN | April 13 2015

Sometimes, delaying the university experience is the best move.

By CATHERINE GIDNEY | April 06 2015

Babies rarely work to their mother’s timetable or a conference schedule.

By CHRIS BARKER | April 01 2015

Reverence isn’t what liberal arts students most need. To start with, they need to learn how to use facts and think independently.

By ALYSSIA FOGARTY | March 25 2015

There’s a price to pay to attend university; there’s another to pay to succeed once we’re in.

By JONATHAN SILIN | March 13 2015

Owning the ambition to reach non-specialist readers is the first step in making it happen.

By PHILIP G. HULTIN | March 03 2015

A response to Peter MacKinnon’s excerpt on university governance and collective bargaining.

By EDWARD DUTTON | February 23 2015

A theory of the ‘clever sillies’.

By BENJAMIN MILLER | February 18 2015

Is your university making full use of its campus radio?

By LOUIS MAHEU & ROBERT LACROIX | February 18 2015

Recent international rankings of universities seem to show that Canada’s major universities are slipping. But looking closer, we’re in fact not doing badly.

By ROSS FINNIE + ALLAN ROCK | February 09 2015

Students deserve to have reliable information when making choices about what to study.

By PETER RICKETTS & JENNIFER HUMPHRIES | February 03 2015

It involves more than recruiting international students to solve domestic economic concerns.