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U of S students find their voice

It turns out U of S students do care about their school, and they’re willing to do something about it. Let’s just hope we can all get over our reluctance to be shit-disturbers and keep pushing for positive engagement on campus. This is more than a degree mill, after all.

Is higher education a right or privilege?

Time and time again, both on and off campuses, the question has been debated: Is higher education a right or a privilege? Both the riots in London over dramatic post-secondary education tuition increases almost two years ago and more recently the province of Quebec coming to a near standstill over a proposed tuition hike make

Strikes, protests and petitions: Quebec students ramp up pressure to oppose tuition fee hikes

Quebec students stepped up the fight against tuition hikes this week, with tactics ranging from vandalizing a CEGEP, declaring unlimited strikes, blocking the Montreal Stock Exchange and preparing a petition for the National Assembly. More protests are scheduled for the upcoming weeks, say student representatives. Tuition hikes are destined to begin in fall 2012, with a

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