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The World's Most Employable Graduates [Infographic]

(Source: www.forbes.com)

In recent years, higher education and employability have become increasingly intertwined. As a result, many universities have implemented strategies to give their graduates everything they need to be successful in the world of work. 161 more words

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Making College More Accessible

Did you know that New York is offering free tuition for state universities? There are income requirements of course, and apparently books and fees  aren’t covered, but it’s a step in the right direction.

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Celine Cooper: University is a place to confront ideas, not ban them

Ever heard of something called the “balloon effect”? It goes like this: Squeeze a balloon in one place and it will inflate elsewhere. The air moves, but does not disappear. 622 more words


Brexodus Has Begun

When a slim majority of the UK electorate voted in June last year in favour of leaving the European Union it became inevitable that Britain would lose the two European agencies that it has been hosting, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the European Banking Agency (EBA). 351 more words

Jordan Peterson and the big mistake of university censors: Maher

One of the better commentaries:

Unfortunately, it is time for people outside the academy to stand up for the free speech rights of Jordan Peterson, the irritating University of Toronto psychology professor who has become a star by producing tedious YouTube videos complaining about people trying to silence him.

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Struggle Session at Wilfred Laurier University

I was more than a little troubled by this story:

Most recently, the media reported Lindsay Shepherd, a grad student and teaching assistant in Laurier’s communications program, ran afoul of her university bosses while instructing a first-year class.

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