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Julie S. LaLonde | If we (can) agree that rape culture is systemic, then we have to look at the actual system and its mechanisms, especially in Canadian universities.
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Mick Sweetman | A report identifies a combination of underfunding of the college system by successive provincial and federal governments as the main reason for the "crisis" in Ontario colleges, and a possible strike.
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Leah Wiener | Leah Wiener responds to Wente's assertion that post-secondary student debt in Canada is a myth.
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Kaylie Tiessen | High unemployment and high tuition fees combined are saddling graduates with growing levels of student debt that make it difficult to take life's next steps.
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Sanita Fejzic | Canada needs to embrace a not so radical idea: free post-secondary education. We need to stop raising tuition fees and instead invest in Canadian education.
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Divest UBC | The growing movement to divest from fossil fuels took a significant step forward in Vancouver last week, as UBC's student body voted by a strong majority to urge the university to halt investment.
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Cherise Letson | After months of meetings, the University of New Brunswick and its full-time faculty were unable to reach a collective agreement as of Sunday night. The University's professors are now on strike.
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Eric Girard | Justice is blind -- especially to the poor. A law student born into poverty discovers the multiple barriers stacked up against him well before his first exam.
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Alan Sears | Capitalism, however passionate, is a system based on dividing the world into those who control resources and those who don't. "Passion capital" is just privatization in sheep's clothing.
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Mehdi Rizvi | Racism is not new to Canada. But in the last 40 years with the landing of new waves of non-Caucasian immigrants, racism has taken a new direction, confronting new targets.
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Lucia Lorenzi | People who have been affected by sexual violence are all around us. Campus safety is not a question of how many security guards, it is a question of how our campus community responds to survivors.
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Erika Shaker | The average cost of tuition and compulsory fees for Canadian undergrads will rise by 13 per cent over the course of their degree, from $6,610 this fall to an estimated $7,437 in 2016-17.