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Jen Halsall | Mental illness runs rampant on campus, as stressed, depressed and anxiety-ridden students prepare for a bleak future. With so little invested in mental health services, it's not likely to change.
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Jen Halsall | Carleton's Board of Governors will forbid its members from speaking publicly about any meeting they attend -open or closed. Canada's academics are fighting back, threatening censure.
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Karl Nerenberg | Partisan politics is the highest priority for Harper and it has its price. The money spent on political staff for the Canadian cabinet is more than six times such spending for the British cabinet.
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Chris O'Gorman | Carleton's teaching assistants and contract instructors, represented by CUPE 4600, reached a tentative settlement just before 1:30 a.m. March 10 after months of negotiations.
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H.G. Watson | CUPE National President Paul Moist finally delivered answers to the former residence fellows organizers from Carleton about why their campaign was stopped at the behest of CUPE's national office.
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Nora Loreto | How should CUPE make right the union drive at Carleton University?
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H.G. Watson | Carleton University residence fellows were issued union cards by their campus local -- and then informed by CUPE National office that they didn't qualify for union representation.
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Faculty for Palestine | Academic and intellectual life should not tolerate any form of silencing and marginalization. The academe should remain the primary space for freedom of speech and for open debate.
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Steffanie Pinch | Carleton students host the Vagina Monologues amidst being denied club funding and campus services.
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Carleton University divestment campaign
rabbleTV | Two years ago, Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA) Carleton launched a campaign to get the Carleton University Pension Fund divested from companies complicit in violations.
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Kelly Black | Students at Carleton University suggest that the city and OC Transpo may be wrong in calculating the UPass as revenue-neutral at $180 per semester and are met with harsh criticism and disrespect.
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Dax D'Orazio | Students against Israeli Apartheid at Carleton University state their reasoning for action against Carleton University's support of the Jewish National Fund of Canada.