The Students’ Union is hard at work advocating for student work programs, following the suspension of Alberta’s Summer Temporary Employment Program (STEP).
The ever-changing Arctic climate combined with swiftly melting sea ice is having direct consequences on the polar bear population in the Hudson Bay ecosystem, according to a recent study published by University of Alberta researchers.
The sacrifices of generations of activists have played a fundamental role in advancing human rights, according to prominent American gay and lesbian rights advocate Lesléa Newman, speaking in the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Science March 27.
Two weeks after the release of a provincial budget that shocked Alberta’s post-secondary education system, the Ministry of Enterprise and Advanced Education has released letters of expectation to the province’s 26 institutions.
From Roman ruins to terra cotta treasures, thought-provoking presentations and discussions brought Classics scholars around the world to the doorstep of the U of A last weekend for the annual 2013 Classical Association of the Canadian West conference.
In honor of the University of Alberta’s annual Visiting Lectureship in Human Rights, author and gay rights activist Lesléa Newman will visit CCIS Wednesday evening to present her lecture It Takes a Village to Raise an Activist.
Through the inexpensive and permanent nature of photography, a team of researchers from the University of Alberta is trying to breathe new life into Prairie history by documenting more than 1,000 rural Ukrainian and Russian orthodox churches.
Thursday’s release of the federal budget, titled Jobs, Growth and Long-Term Prosperity, saw skill training measures and job creation incentives at the forefront of the government’s priorities for 2013.
The remnants of chivalry still linger today, especially in the dating world.