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Columnists
Jun 19, 2013

Pedagogy in an age of disorder

There are, I propose, three types of students. A student is predominantly fragile, resilient or self-transcending in relation to the turmoil amplified by the current form of globalization.
Blog
May 7, 2013

Student unions need the campus press

Mick Sweetman
The campus press in Canada has its origins in the student union movement as students found they had to have a way to raise student issues that weren't covered by the mainstream media.
Columnists
May 1, 2013

Henry Giroux and critical pedagogy

Professor Henry Giroux, one of North America's most famous theorists, will be speaking at a conference on "Rethinking Pedagogy" at George Brown College on Thursday, May 16.
News
Apr 26, 2013

Can citizen science activism come to the rescue?

Dalal Kheder
Idil Mussa
Natalie Paddon
Andrea Smith
While the 'muzzling' of Canadian government scientists is worrying to some democracy advocates, citizen science activism is one movement that is providing greater transparency.
News
Apr 19, 2013

Science: Citizens getting back to basics

Kristina Virro
Katrina Clarke
Katiusha Cuntrera
Spencer Davis
Justin Zadorsky
At a time when the Canadian government is being investigated for attempts to muzzle scientists, a form of science -- citizen science -- that can't be silenced may be all the more important.
Blog
Apr 1, 2013
Photo: Greg Macdougall

Campus activism at Carleton under threat

Greg Macdougall
Later this week, undergraduate students at Carleton University will vote to decide the future of OPIRG-Carleton, a social justice organizing centre.

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