Canada’s new government should consider universities when spending on infrastructure Memorial University has been financially squeezed by Newfoundland and Labrador’s deficit-plagued government. This year, the...

Why a 50 per cent female cabinet promotes, not contradicts, meritocracy Since Trudeau announced that his cabinet would be 50 per cent women and 50...

MUN Sociology Professor Judith Adler has proclaimed that students are bad at Geography, and equally, that MUN should have in place a mandatory Geography...

Tragic stories of people fleeing from domestic strife in Syria, Iraq, the Horn of Africa, Sudan, South Asia, and Nigeria toward Europe have duly...

Canadians, most of who have benefited from acceptance, should show tolerance to others Besides those of strictly aboriginal descent, Canadians can trace their heritage back...

Earlier this week, Dr. John Shieh of the Memorial University Department of Computer Science came under fire for an assignment dealing with a particularly...

In December 2012, I worked on a student production of The Laramie Project with English 4401. It was a powerful play telling the story...

In February, Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre introduced the Fair Elections Act. The bill reforms federal elections legislation by eliminating forms of voter identification...

The traditional education model makes three dangerous assumptions: Thirty students can simultaneously maximize their learning potential when given identical material to learn; Students should...

The Newfoundland and Labrador provincial government has made great progress with their recent budget, especially with both the implementation of all-day Kindergarten and the...