OTTAWA (CUP) — A University of Ottawa library began renting iPads to students, staff, and faculty members on Aug. 8, in an attempt to facilitate and foster research. Following the examples of universities like McGill and Concordia, the Morisset Library staff have launched a pilot program they believe will aid students in learning.
Documents that The Gateway obtained through a FOIP request have revealed serious health and safety concerns in Lister Residence at the University of Alberta.
Over a thousand first-year University of Alberta students swarmed the Hawrelak Park amphitheatre Monday evening for the annual President’s Address, wrapping up two days of orientation that introduced newcomers to the university.
The University of Alberta has welcomed two Fulbright scholars into its midst for the fall semester.
Edmonton organizers are gearing up for this year’s Sexual Assault Awareness Week, which features events aimed to raise awareness of sexual violence against women.
A new space for students has opened its doors in Edmonton.
As the University of Alberta’s Community Service Learning program nears its 10 year anniversary, the program directors are about to give their students a slice of the PIE: Partners in Education.
Some big news happened this summer, and for those of you who haven’t been around, here’s a quick recap of _The Gateway’s_ top stories.
A prestigious $35,000 scholarship has been awarded to an Electrical and Computer Engineering grad student at the U of A in the field of Wireless Communications.
SASKATOON (CUP) — For 14 days in late July and early August, two University of Saskatchewan students travelled the 1772-kilometre route of Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline. During this time they took photos, captured video and documented the personal stories of residents of the communities along the pipeline’s projected path.
Researchers are now able to get a more in depth look at global gaming culture thanks to new partnerships that are forming between the University of Alberta and institutes in Japan.
The University of Alberta Students’ Union has approved a large sum of money for unbudgeted expenses, without disclosing where the money will be going to.
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.