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University of New Brunswick Crest. Image: JamesMcGrath2011/flickr
Lucas Crawford, Carmen Ellison, Sabine Lebel | Three hundred staff and faculty at the University of New Brunswick pen a letter rejecting white supremacy on the university campus and urging students to disrupt white supremacist activities.
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David Gray-Donald | Divest McGill and its supporters have been actively applying pressure to the university to divest from fossil fuels. Alumni returned diplomas and withheld financial donations during a week of action.
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Scott Neigh | Cicely-Belle Blain talks about recent anti-racist organizing at the University of British Columbia.
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Sara Baron-Goodman | The Talon is a new radical student press that aims to give a voice to marginalized groups.
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Ladies rock the activist toolkit
Steffanie Pinch | Celebrate IWD in style with interviews from the Ottawa Vagina Monologues director and pro-choice tools from the Activist Toolkit.
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A protester wears a picket sign during a rally in support of CUPE 3902 on Feb. 16, 2012. Photo: Mick Sweetman
Mick Sweetman | A tentative agreement was reached early in the morning between the University of Toronto and CUPE 3902. However, two bargaining committee members have resigned in protest of the deal.
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Jesse McLaren | Organized in just a week, hundreds of people representing a broad layer of the University of Toronto community united for the rally Defend our education: Support teaching assistants.
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| Cinema Politica brings free documentary screenings to a campus or a community near you
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| This guide will help you create a pro-choice group on your campus or in your community.
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Peter Driftmier | 150 members of the University of Toronto met in late January to form a new decision-making body. The general assembly is made up of students, faculty, campus workers and teaching support staff.
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Angela Regnier | Are corporate and government interests clamping down on democracy in our universities?
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Earth Day on campus
Ryan Wallis | Earth Day has always been a opportunity for student activism, but it has yet to achieve its original goal of progressive environmental policy change.