The University of Saskatchewan Board of Governors has approved an average 4.5 per cent tuition hike. Undergraduates will see an average tuition increase of 4.8 per cent next year, while graduate students will pay an extra 3.4 per cent.
The “revolving door” in American politics allows people to move between the private and public sectors and to influence public policy in favour of the businesses with which they are involved. This phenomenon is one of the most universally recognized signs that the American system is corrupted and broken.
Five administrative staffers from the fine arts and humanities departments were laid off this week as part of the universities sweeping plan to cut $44.5 million in expenses over the next four years.