Issue 38 - March 23, 2012


Features

Security team aims to reduce citations

Security team aims to reduce citations

Members of the off-campus security response team patrol the Student Ghetto to warn students of bylaw infractions.

Editorials

Think first, then protest

Think first, then protest

Though university students are often touted as some of the most tolerant individuals in society, recently students have proven that they aren’t always open to contentious discussions.

Charity campaign needs to improve

London riot not an anomaly

Opinions

Online learning puts revenue first

Online learning puts revenue first

I recently submitted two questions for Provost Alan Harrison for the March 27 meeting of Senate. One is: why do we already have a financial exploration, or “business case,” for expanding online learning, and not a word on the subject in our new Academic Plan? The other is: why won’t you let us see it?

Sports

Coming out on the court

Coming out on the court

After Bryan Fautley quit the men’s volleyball team in April 2010, head coach Brenda Willis told his teammates why.

Women's volleyball leads power rankings

High hopes

Strong man on campus

Postscript

Cicada

Cicada

First place winner of our short fiction contest.