Group opposes Ryerson University rebrand and aims to restore namesake’s reputation
As Ryerson University prepares to announce a new name, a group called The Friends of Egerton Ryerson is working to help restore the reputation of the 19th century educator.
Online classes are a headache for some, but COVID-imposed virtual learning has benefited many students
As the Omicron variant spreads, it is unclear if classes will go back online. Will students return to campus or have to endure another semester of virtual learning?
New scholarship aims to support uOttawa’s Black and Indigenous student athletes
A fund created by two former uOttawa Gee-Gees aims to help Black and Indigenous student athletes who are juggling school, work and sport.
The 25th Hour: Fire safety during the festive season
Nathan Wilson was shocked when he heard about the increase in fire-fatalities. Here’s how you can ensure you and your family have a safe, fire-free holiday.
Speaking up: Focus groups aim to improve equity, diversity and inclusion in residence life at Carleton University
Students are leading the charge when it comes to improving equity, diversity, and inclusion within Carleton University’s residence community.
Carleton students push university to divest funds from fossil fuels investments
Carleton students want the university to follow the lead of other institutions and pull its endowment funds from fossil fuel investments.
Rise of Omicron: Carleton students fear all classes could go online in winter term
The emergence of the COVID-19 Omicron variant has raised concern amongst students in the Carleton community as the winter term approaches. With a new variant on the rise, there are worries that the winter term may be at risk of returning fully back online. For some students that can be a troubling reality.
Feeling like an Imposter: Syndrome linked to self-doubt and disconnectedness affecting women, people of colour more
Imposter Syndrome, also called perceived fraudulence, involves feelings of self-doubt and personal incompetence that persist despite education, experience and accomplishments. It is more widespread than people know.
International students frustrated, struggling after Carleton hikes tuition fees by eight per cent
International students are suffering under the burden of high tuition fees and other costs.
Student representatives ‘disappointed’ by committee report sparked by professor’s use of N-word
The University of Ottawa Students’ Union says a report by the university’s Committee on Academic Freedom was wrong to endorse academic freedom in an incident involving a professor’s use of the N-word during a class discussion.