For the past few weeks, students have been going around the campuses of George Brown College collecting signatures for the naming of the school’s first residence.
Executive members of the SFUO showed up at the unveiling of the Advanced Research Complex (ARC) to demand the Ontario government to drop student tuition fees and further invest in post-secondary education.
A newly proposed piece of federal legislation that aims to protect unpaid interns from unfair work conditions is scheduled for debate this fall.
The Ontario Tuition Grant has undergone its annual increase, and the province is looking to encourage more post-secondary students to apply.
The Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) lost two court cases against the Rassemblement des associations étudiantes (RAE) and McGill PhD student Ge Sa on Sept. 5 and Sept. 9 respectively.
The Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations (FNBFA) is likely to pursue court action against the University of New Brunswick, despite the university’s release of president Eddy Campbell’s 2009 and 2014 employment contracts.
After a CBC article uncovered that a former Thompson Rivers University student had apparently gone to fight with terror group ISIS, a professor is asking why it happened and what can be done to stop it from happening again.
ABBOTSFORD, B.C. (CUP)—Spectators are often envious of professional athletes. The player has gotten to make a living out of doing something they love, and they’re also getting way overpaid for it. However, they may now groan at doing what used to be something they loved in the morning after their routine sawdust-flavoured power shake. This is what we call intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
Last season the Gees posted a 5-3 record that led to a squandered playoff berth with a first-round exit. Their offseason was one of change, as they lost their starting quarterback to graduation, and their star running back to the Canadian Football League draft.