After nearly a year of stalled negotiations and attempted compromises, the University of Alberta and the Students’ Union have settled the Lister judicial review case, bringing it to a close less than three weeks from the first scheduled court appearance.
As the university gears up to deal with provincial budget cuts, its libraries are trying to find new ways to save money.
The Myer Horowitz Lobby hosted an unprecedented fusion of high-profile university groups Tuesday afternoon for a statement against the government’s recently-released draft letter of expectation.
Dozens of students took to Van Vliet’s main gym Saturday afternoon to dance their way out of exam stress, and into a possible new world record.
Although the University of Alberta considers itself a world leader in public research, it scored a grade of C on the newly released University Global Health Impact Report Card.
U of A student groups are vying for campus fame in this year’s Student Group Showcase video contest — a Student Group Services (SGS) initiative promising to shine a spotlight on campus’s most inspirational organizations.
After a year of preparation, the U of A’s eco-car team set out for Houston in hopes of running their recently-completed design in the annual Shell Eco-Marathon competition.
MONTREAL (CUP) — “Aha, I fixed it! Now I can make giant bubbles next time — if there is a next time,” said Steve Camille, while adjusting his large blue bubble maker.
TORONTO (CUP) — Students at Ryerson’s Chang School of Continuing Education are demanding a refund for a course they say has taught them nothing nine weeks into the Winter semester.
On a clear winter’s day in Edmonton, a hazy layer can be seen lurking along the skyline — a telltale sign of pollution that has been getting worse. Usually associated with bigger cities, smog has recently plagued Edmonton, and two U of A researchers are on a quest to find a solution to the city’s smelly problem.
“I can’t take credit for this remark, but it has been posited before that we call it the I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter-dome.”
— Vice-President Andy Cheema, in response to a question about which condiment the Universiade Pavilion will next be named after.
A small gathering of staff, faculty and students assembled in ECHA Friday afternoon for a forum to discuss a draft letter of expectation received from the provincial government on March 22.
The remnants of chivalry still linger today, especially in the dating world.
Talk on “commitment,” “excellence” and “unity” dominated Friday’s Board of Governors meeting, as members continue to address financial pressures and determine their next steps in the wake of the budget cut.