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Balancing our higher learning and low earning

I went into my first term of university in September of 2011 with over $5,000 in my savings account. This was a pretty healthy sum, I thought. Well, try telling that to my currently draining bank accounts. Am I taking a student loan? Oh, hell no! Was I smart enough to win a scholarship for my

Our inheritance: environmental degradation and crippling debt

Given that most of you reading this are in the process of attaining a post-secondary degree, I am sure you will succeed as individuals. But as much as I would love to wax eloquent about the bright future our generation, on the whole, has ahead of itself, I'm not inclined to lie.

New federal budget revealed

While its title was “Leading the Way on Jobs and Growth,” the Conservatives' March 4 federal budget offered little for students seeking such prosperity in the near future. Although some funding previously cut was restored, it still adresses students as an afterthought.

Out of the red by 2015?

Employment growth ”” including more support for youth seeking jobs ”” was one of the top priorities in the Conservative government's 2010 budget released on March 4.

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