Canada falls short of UN MD goals

The goals included eradicating extreme poverty, reducing gender inequality, improving maternal and newborn health and increasing the accessibility of primary education.

World Vision sponsors children across globe

A potato sack race had never seemed like such a hard feat for Anson Liski as it did this summer in Honduras, where he spent time visiting his sponsored child from the World Vision program.

Last Stand for Academic Freedom empowers students, faculty

Faculty, members of the general public and a very small number of students slowly filtered into the Neatby-Timlin Theatre Oct. 1 to the sounds of live guitar music for “To the Wall: The Last Stand for Academic Freedom,” an event organized by the University Faculty Association to discuss the importance of autonomy for staff and students alike.

U of S researchers earn prestigious Fellowship

Medical anthropologist Jim Waldram and chemical engineer Ajay Dalai were elected into the RSC on Sept. 9. The organization is Canada’s senior body for distinguished scholars and one of the country’s highest academic honours.

Campus Club Spotlight: WUSC

WUSC is a Canadian non-profit organization that works towards education, empowerment and employment through partnering with several other non-government organizations around the world.