Humberto DaSilva's Syndicalista TV reports on protests around the world: from Libya to Toronto, Canada.
Still reeling from a crisis of leadership, tensions exploded as two dozen irritated faculty members openly challenged the sitting chair and heckled Concordia's recently named interim president.
Queen's University Rector, Nick Day, published a statement on rabble.ca criticizing Igniateff for his hypocritical stance on IAW. This sparked a flurry of criticism and calls for his resignation.
A look at the new era in Canadian-Israeli partnerships and the disturbing lack of relationships with Palestinian universities.
Trevor Norris and Gavin Fridell
In his new book, Dr. Trevor Norris explores the impact of consumerism on politics and education and charts the increasing presence of commercialism in schools.
Heather Palis and Andreas Pilarinos
Canada's Access to Medicines Regime is legislation that allows Canadian pharmaceutical companies to produce and export patent-protected pharmaceutical products for humanitarian purposes.
A loose-knit group of Trent students and Peterborough residents is attempting to intervene in the expansion plan of the Darlington Nuclear Station in Ontario.
Catherine A. Traywick
Arizona lawmakers are considering two bills that would block undocumented immigrants' access to education to an even greater degree than current state law.
Shozab Raza and Katherine Lapointe
Students Against Israeli Apartheid launched campaigns demanding that York University and the University of Toronto divest from companies which violate international law.
Independent Jewish Voices support Nick Day and endorse Israeli Apartheid Week.