General Faculties Council and Board of Governors Forum — March 20
Last Thursday’s open house for South Campus development gave community members one final chance to offer input on the U of A’s Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) 2013.
International Women’s Day may only be one day out of the year, but one student-founded program from the University of Alberta is reaching out all 365 days to provide young Ugandan women with resources and knowledge to address sexual health issues.
University of Pennsylvania professor emeritus Anthony Cashmore was met with skepticism when he presented his lecture, Is Free Will an Illusion?, at the University of Alberta’s Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary last Thursday.
Upwards of 500 protestors marched from the University of Alberta campus to the Legislature Friday afternoon, rallying in support of the newly formed Coalition for Action on Post-Secondary Education.
The U of A held a campus forum Wednesday afternoon to discuss provincial budget cuts to the Ministry of Enterprise and Advanced Education and how they will be affecting the U of A’s operation.
As the university begins to use the term “cuts” for the first time, speculation is flying about what exactly will be cut and how the changes will affect students.
Holding a sex toy to your throat could be the answer to improving vocal power and reducing tension in the vocal chords.
Following their first night braving the cold, seven students from the Faculty of Business are preparing for another four nights outside the Business building to raise money for the Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS).
“My biggest fear would be that we could see the government giving in to those voices demanding further (spending) cuts,” says Trevor Harrison, director of the University of Alberta’s Parkland Institute.
At last week’s nanoNEXUS student-industry mixer, most agreed that nanobots will not be taking over the world any time soon.
The remnants of chivalry still linger today, especially in the dating world.