Student representatives make progress with motions amid clash of tempers Monday’s meeting of the University of Ottawa’s Board of Governors (BOG), which took place in Tabaret Hall, got off to an uneasy start, r...
Limiting grad students’ right to work hampers the ability of many to pursue graduate degrees as a whole. The policy may be intended to ensure that students focus on their academics, but it also nearly guarantees that more students take on higher levels of student debt, as they are hamstrung in their ability to fund their own education.
“There’s a big problem in terms of career development,” Hatai said. “Many graduate programs for example they don’t have the co-op program, so taking the perspective from an international student and he comes or she comes here—in Canada they lack what they call the Canadian job experience.”
“This is also one of the challenges of organizing graduate students on a campus because so much of the work that they end up doing—people work often exclusively in their labs and with a professor,” said Hunsdale. “The notion of student life isn’t quite the same.”
Curious Creatures is Studio LaMouche’s latest exhibit, and includes graphic drawings and prints that use an abstract take on anatomy. Lucie B’s pieces in the show are part of her ongoing “Fly” collection, which includes black-and-white prints of the insect taking part in human activities—in one drawing he is playing a guitar, in another wearing a suit.
The University of Ottawa’s Graduate Students Association (GSAÉD) is set to open the first nursing room on campus in the University Centre (UCU), which will be available for use to all female student parents starting on Jan. 28 at 2 p.m.
Alternative Waves features contributions from many of the WRC’s volunteers this semester. The zine has different forms of content, from a list concerning “Consent Culture at Clubs & Parties”, to an essay entitled “Gender and Transformation in Woolf’s To the Lighthouse”.
The University of Ottawa’s Graduate Students’ Association (GSAÉD) is demanding the removal of Robert Head, its representative on the university’s Board of Governors (BOG), it said in a statement released on Nov. 16.