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Christina Turner | Since members of CUPE 3902 went on strike last Friday, there has been very little coverage in the mainstream media that accurately conveys the demands of the striking workers.
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Scott Neigh | Kaitlyn Gibson and Ian McDonald talk about the new Student Action Network at the University of Manitoba, and its fight to stop major budget cuts.
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Aalya Ahmad | Today, February 25, is National Adjunct Day of Action. Calling all sessionals, contract instructors and allies! It's time to put an end to the national disgrace of two-tier teaching in higher ed.
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Erin Wunker | National Adjunct Day of Action is February 25. This letter is addressed to everyone served by that day.
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Anne Theriault | A suicidal student at Acadia University was told to pack his bags and get out -- essentially, to "go die somewhere else."
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Lucia Lorenzi | 25 years after the December 6 massacre, are educational spaces in Canada safe for women students and scholars? We've still got a long way to go.
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Jennifer Story | It's accepted wisdom that an undergraduate degree is the new high school diploma -- it's the ticket into the workforce. But that ticket comes at an unrelentingly steep price.
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Simon Tremblay-Pepin | The Economist says there's a revolution underway in the university brought about by rising costs, transformations in the labour market and technological shifts. Haven't we heard this discourse before?
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Alexander Ervin, Howard Woodhouse | Western universities are stewards not only of academic freedom, but of our cultural and historical patrimony. Why then, is the University of Saskatchewan secretly selling off Aboriginal art at a loss?
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Jordan Maclaren | Canadian university students, welcome to the perils of the Fire Swamp, where it can be incredibly difficult to qualify for the resources you need to go to school.
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Erika Shaker, Kayle Hatt | The Ontario election has been focused on jobs and economic growth, but Ontario faces other problems worthy of attention, one of which is growing concern over the affordability of higher education.
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Canadian Federation of Students Manitoba | Graduate enrolment is steadily increasing in Manitoba, but despite increased enrolment, tuition and continuation fees prevent some students from accessing graduate programs.