Adrian Peterson is one of many professional athletes in trouble with the law.

Money talks in major sports leagues

While professional athletes getting in trouble with the law is nothing new, but it certainly brings to light the major leagues’ primary concern: money.

Harper’s aggressive policy towards Russia is positive, hopeful

On Nov. 14, Stephen Harper told Vladimir Putin to “get out” of Ukraine at the annual G20 summit. As Canada shows it will not tolerate Russian military action, this could be a positive step for international relations between Canada and other countries.

Cosby allegations put an ugly face on victim blaming

Over a dozen women have accused Bill Cosby of rape after decades of silence. Allegations of sexual abuse against the famous actor involve Cosby using force, manipulation and coercion due to his celebrity status.

Internships could replace entry-level positions, on-the-job training: report

In October, youth unemployment was at 12.6 per cent, down slightly as fewer young people looked for work, said Statistics Canada. According to a recent Conference Board of Canada survey, employers said applicants and new hires lack essential skills, such as communication, critical thinking and teamwork.

Temperature taken of student life on campus

University administrators took the temperature of student life on campus with the release of their results on the Campus Climate Survey on Nov. 17. Data for the comprehensive, 53 question-long survey which examined student belonging on campus, was collected in November of 2013 from 5,205 students.

Men continue to win in volleyball action

In another exciting weekend of University of Saskatchewan volleyball, the men’s team continued their hot streak but the women continued to struggle against the hosting MacEwan University Griffins.

NASA seeks advice from U of A in out-of-world research

In the Messier 82 (M82) Galaxy 12 million light years away, there’s a stellar fight taking place between a star and its deceased neighbour. NASA has reached out to Jeanette Gladstone, the University of Alberta Observatory’s director of public education and outreach, to give expert analysis of the event.