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Pass/fail courses pass

Personal Interest Credits could ease pressure on student’s GPAs, leading to a better education and an escape from their comfort zone.Continue...

Arts and Science to introduce pass/fail course option

Students in the Faculty of Arts and Science will have the option to take pass/fail courses this coming September.Continue...

ASUS celebrates 125 years

ASUS celebrated with a number of events this week in preparation for its 125th anniversary this coming November.Continue...

Final farewell for The Tartan

After a three years of attempts to kick-start the publication, ASUS assembly voted unanimously to remove The Tartan from policy last Thursday.Continue...

Future of Physical Health and Education program uncertain

Earlier this week, The Journal learned that the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies is requesting a suspension of admissions into the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE...Continue...

Faculty requests that admissions be temporarily suspended for Physical and Health Education program

Last week, students in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies (SKHS) were notified via email that the faculty would be requesting a suspension of admissions into the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE) program beginning in September 2017.Continue...

Report recommends ASUS pull the plug on The Tartan

After two years and two unsuccessful attempts at re-launching the publication, The Tartan may be facing its final days.

On Oct. 1,...Continue...

ASUS to reassess Tartan

Tuesday’s ASUS Annual General Meeting (AGM) saw few disagreements on all but two motions — changes to the Honorarium Committees and the removal of the Queen’s Tartan .Continue...

ASUS papers over problems in DSC election

ASUS switched to paper ballots during Department Student Council (DSC) elections last Thursday after experiencing errors in its online voting system, and there’s still confusion about
who’s responsible.Continue...

ArtSci internships a positive start

A new Arts and Science paid internship program will help the University catch up to other Canadian schools.Continue...

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