The chair of the University of Alberta’s Department of Psychiatry has resigned effective immediately following allegations of sexual misconduct with a patient.
One year after extensive budget cuts shook the Faculty of Arts, Dean of Arts Lesley Cormack publicly addressed the faculty to talk about its current state.
Shopping for groceries right from campus has become a reality for U of A students, thanks to a regular bi-weekly farmers’ market taking place in SUB.
A new study suggests the University of Alberta may not be living up to its research expectations.
The University of Alberta’s Poultry Research Centre is embarking on a project to sell the eggs of heritage chickens to restaurants and local farmers’ markets.
The University of Alberta has recently launched a new institute on campus designed to address the current challenges with land-use throughout the province.
MONTREAL (CUP) — Though Quebec’s unlimited general student strike is over for now, tensions on campuses have left some students and staff questioning how universities can continue to claim to support an environment of collegiality and openness.
Campus Crime Beat for the week of Sept. 19, 2012.
VANCOUVER (CUP) — The B.C. government announced in June its plans for increasing aboriginal involvement in post-secondary institutions — a move which is greatly needed, according to one First Nations post-secondary liaison and student.
The new head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Alberta is facing allegations of sexual misconduct from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario regarding a patient he attended while living there.
After seeing the employment situation of 46 staff members change, the Lister Hall Students’ Association has plunged into the new school year with the hope of still being able to provide funding for their positions.
The remnants of chivalry still linger today, especially in the dating world.