While the average university classroom would indicate that education is a basic right, there appears to be a disconnect between what Saskatchewanians believe in and what they are being provided.
We can fund our universities properly with a small and simple increase in taxes
Since the advent of peer-to-peer sharing, what we used to qualify as consumer goods are now free, and the status quo of paying-for-things is slowly disappearing. Everything entertaining is free: free music, free games and free videos of cats falling asleep. I never considered what free entertainment meant to me until my favourite podcast came
U of S President MacKinnon had three major initiatives when he took office 12 years ago ”” to reopen the College Building, to build more residences and to build a new hockey arena. The College building was reopened in 2005 and the first of two new residences just opened this summer, but campus has yet
Funding for a program implemented to draw international PhD students to Ontario would be cut under a Progressive Conservative Ontario government, according to party leader Tim Hudak, who recently announced that the money designated for international student scholarships would be diverted to middle-class Ontario families.
The federal government is hoping more Canadian students will stay in school and make it through to post-secondary education, following a funding announcement made last week.
The Clarion Project, a campaign to build a world-class fine and performing arts centre for the University of Saskatchewan, needs to secure funding.
The provincial government announced $65 million in new funding for the U of S Feb. 24.