Less than half of Canadian parents think their children will have higher living standards than they do.
While the message it conveys is important, the recent “I, too, am Oxford” photo series is just another in a seemingly endless string of quickly-forgotten whiteboard campaigns.
The Queen’s students and faculty who protested in order to express displeasure with conditions at the soon-to-be-opened Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts need to give it a rest.
Canadian universities shouldn’t institute an admissions test; doing so would simply add additional hurdles and stress, particularly for students from low-income backgrounds.
Sheryl Sandberg’s campaign to ban the word bossy is a somewhat flawed attempt to undermine a real sexist double standard.
At AMS Assembly last month, the Union Gallery brought forward a motion to establish a mandatory student fee to fund their operations. This came about a year and a half after a vote to continue their fee failed by just 28 votes in the 2012 Fall Referendum.
It seems counterproductive to me that our conventional dating practices revolve around maintaining emotional restraint and preventing perceptions that we’re too available.