George Stroumboulopoulos will be the new host of Hockey Night in Canada.

CBC needs to bounce back from loss of Strombo

With the NHL trade deadline come and gone, many media pundits have declared that George Stroumboulopoulos’ switch from CBC to Rogers is the biggest acquisition of the hockey season.
Summer jobs are tough to find for students at this time of year.

Need a job? Start walking, stop surfing

The frustration of finding a summer job is something many students have experienced, especially since the 2008 economic crisis sent markets around the world crashing.
Chief Returning Officer Shauhrat Gill, UWSA Vice-President University Affairs Jake Dejong and President Rob Crawford (left to right) at the March 13 student association meeting.

None of the above sweeps Windsor student election; executives scramble for solution

Outgoing executives for the University of Windsor Student Alliance — representing over 10,000 undergraduate students — are scrambling to make decisions that will determine the fate of the union after the association’s 2014 general elections resulted in a vacancy of all executive, board of directors, board of governors and senate positions.
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Copyright infringement no worry for students

A recent court decision in the case involving corporations TekSavvy and Voltage Pictures is working towards shutting down copyright trolling in Canada and protecting alleged infringers from exploitation.
Alex Neve (middle-left) has a passion for immigrant and refugee law.

Refugee law reform begins with grassroots efforts

Alex Neve, secretary general of Amnesty International Canada, has been instrumental in exposing Canada’s human rights issues — especially his subjects of passion: refugee and immigrant law.
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Moncton to host U-20 FIFA World Cup

The bright lights of international soccer tournaments will be shining on Canada in the summers of 2014 and 2015 and Moncton, N.B. is ready for the spotlight.
Ezra Levant speaks at a conference, causing controversy once again among the auidence.

Levant deserves our respect despite his political views

By his own admission, the Sun News contributor and popular conservative pundit enjoys provoking people - something the Canadian University Press delegates quickly learned at their annual national conference in January.