Education

Educational reform needs nuance, not simplification

There’s no magic fix for public education, nor is pinning hopes on one helpful.Continue...

Wake up, traditional lectures are dozing off

Getting the most out of my lectures — some of the time, just staying awake — has been the most impassable obstacle I’ve encountered at Queen’s so far.

When the first universities were...Continue...

Queen’s receives $24.2 million to jumpstart Scholars Program in Ethiopia

Backed by a $24.2 million (USD) grant from The MasterCard Foundation, a 10-year “Scholar’s Program” partnership between the University of Gondar and Queen’s has been launched.Continue...

Live in for Literacy sets up camp at Stauffer

In the Stauffer foyer this week, a long table sits in front of a small tent. Inside, two campers are roughing out one week in the library, only taking breaks to shower or attend class.Continue...

Gord’s faith, Trudeau’s promises and the Liberal Party’s funding cap of 1996

Whether you watched it from your couch, or live right here in Kingston, Canadians everywhere will fondly remember The Tragically Hip’s emotional farewell.Continue...

Ménage à what?

Q: I have always fantasized about having a threesome…how can I talk to my partner about trying?Continue...

Educate to rehabilitate

Education shouldn’t be a last ditch effort to save someone from a life of crime — it should be the very first step.Continue...

Aboriginal classes mandatory for Education students

Starting next summer, all B. Ed candidates will take a 12-week course on Aboriginal education.Continue...

Education is the pathway to reconciliation

Earlier this month, after a five-year investigation into the brutal history of the residential school system, Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee released a report naming education as a pathway to reconciliation.Continue...

End the Ebola visa ban

Canada’s Ebola visa ban is discriminatory and ineffective. Its cancellation is long overdue.Continue...

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