Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Canadian universities may espouse the ideals of academic freedom, but the reality is many take company money and must contort themselves for their corporate donors.
Blog
Joshua Blakeney | A key flaw in Mr. Kay's hit-piece on 9/11 studies was his failure to distinguish between being skeptical about the official story of 9/11 and positing speculative alternative theories.
Blog
Angela Regnier | Are corporate and government interests clamping down on democracy in our universities?
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | A SLAPP is a strategic lawsuit against public participation, brought by a corporation to silence criticism of their actions. Michel Seymour is concerned about the effects on academic freedom.
Blog
Corvin Russell | Federal MPs prepare to ramp up their McCarthyite campaign against criticism of Israel.
News
Sarah Ghabrial | A expedient bit of policy marks a new phase in an on-going process of privatization of Canadian educational institutions, a process that is constantly eroding the quality of public education.
News
Justin Podur | Perhaps Ignatieff could have started from the assumption that only Western peoples are fully human. From this assumption, many of his conclusions follow.
News
Maha Zimmo | Paul Staniszewski, who funds scholarships at the University of Windsor and Osgoode Hall Law School, "is asking that those scholarships not be awarded to any students 'of Islamic background.'"
News
Shourideh Molavi | This is the fifth consecutive year of Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW), which seeks to raise awareness about Israel's apartheid policies towards Palestinians.
News
Liisa Schofield | What follows is the documentation of a deliberate attempt by the UofT administration to prevent a Palestine solidarity conference from being held.
News
the undersigned | The Budget presented on Jan. 27 contains a paragraph laying out temporary increases in Graduate Scholarship Funding. However, it says that scholarships "will be focused on business-related degrees."
News
Jesse Freeston | An interview with a well known dissident academic and advocate of democratizing post-secondary education.