Sabrina Nemis

How student media can give young journalists an edge Photo Courtesy: Connect Euranet (CC) Peter Mansbridge has the kind of career that isn’t supposed to exist anymore. In mid-January 2015, at the Canadian University Press’ annual conference, he stood in front of hundreds of student journalists speaking about highlights from his career. He told them …

Why the potential benefits of commercial and recreational drones are flying over our heads Illustration by Adam Gibbard   Dippin’ Dots. Microwaves. Menstrual pads. The Internet. GPS. Cargo pants. Some of the wonders of modern life—and an unflattering fashion trend of the late ‘90s—all started as military innovation and were later adapted for commercial and …

“Ought there to be a code of conduct?” the taskforce asked, according to Rock. “If so, how should it be developed, what should it look like, how would it be administered, and what role does the university have in the responding to behaviour off-campus or in behaviour that’s not related to the academic role of the university?”

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