In more than 4,000 paintings over 15 years, Brandon University stands out as a favourite subject of plein-air painter Weiming Zhao.
“Tackling these questions in an open, transparent and scholarly way is one of the things we’re doing to make ourselves more welcoming as a community to people of diverse racial backgrounds,” said King’s president.
Seed banks are helping researchers resurrect plants from the past and create crops for the future.
A dearth of women’s washrooms in our outdated engineering buildings leaves female students scrambling.
“There is a sense of pride, a sense of continued resilience in language learning,” says coordinator at the University of New Brunswick’s Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre.
Shifting attitudes around drug use are changing the way universities address the opioid crisis.
Making lunch out of research leftovers.
“We’ll talk about anything they want to talk about, as long as we have something educated to say about it.”
The Varsity’s online content in simplified Chinese boasts a growing readership among thousands of Chinese international students on campus.
Notes from graduates at U of T, Western and McMaster give new students – and alumni engagement offices – a boost during a difficult time.
The Interior University Research Coalition in B.C. launched late in 2017.
After purchasing Sam the Record Man’s flagship store in 2008, Ryerson University officially returned the music shop’s iconic sign to downtown Toronto in January.
There are many folks on campus who play important but unrecognized roles “behind the scenes.” We highlight a few deserving of recognition.
The campus training hubs aim to keep top athletes in Canada.
The University of Regina is giving free suits to job-seeking students.
The lectures, part of a special class about Viola Desmond, were streamed on Facebook Live.
Yes, there are some universities that have student gun clubs – and they’re not as controversial as you might think.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University will accept six students next year based on portfolios instead of grades.
Meal Exchange surveyed 2,668 university students for its first campus-food report card.
It took four years and the perfect analogy to figure it out.