It seems a bit audacious to assign resolutions to other people, but the fact is that the university administration and SFUO have real power to solve problems that have been plaguing students for years. What better time than the fresh slate of a new year to get the ball rolling?
Anyone who keeps up with the media in Ottawa woke up to a most unwelcome surprise on last Monday, Nov. 27. Nearly 40 community publications across Canada were closed and nearly 300 jobs lost in the blink of ...
Picking and choosing which freedom of speech violations to report on is a disservice to the Canadian public, and ultimately will lead us to lose sight of what this incredible freedom we enjoy is truly about. And I’ll give you a hint—it isn’t politics.
Making it more affordable for people to adopt animals would increase adoption rates, and benefit society overall. Even if you don’t adopt, imagine how much better your day would be if you were able to see a few more dogs on your walk to class.
While all parties will be discussing their stance on the strike in coming weeks it seems that their support of students isn’t unconditional. Instead of only discussing student issues when there’s a chance for political points provincial parties should support students all the time.
Inadequate mental health funding at the U of O can help explain why it was recently ranked lowest in student satisfaction. Such a statistic ought to be embarrassing for a university that purports to represent the nation's capital.
Canadian concert venues are thriving; the cost of interpreters is minuscule for them, and they would be able to make that money back and then some with all of the deaf people who would be able to attend concerts.