Pitfalls in the struggle for equity
Social justice and equity movements should think twice before branding dissenters as bigots
It was recently suggested by an article in this paper (“Universities as social incubators,” November 2, 2014) that those who opposed a constitutional amendment at Trinity College aimed at abolishing a gender-segregated event were in support of a bigoted institution.READ MORE »
Debunking myths around sexual violence
A concerned response to Margaret Wente’s comments in The Globe and Mail
U of T needs to take a stand on unpaid internships
Refusing to advertise unpaid positions internally would represent a significant step towards labour justice
The role of TAs and the motivations for the union’s strike vote
Op-ed: A letter to undergraduate students at the University of Toronto
A university’s primary concern
“Something fundamental has happened to North American universities,” reads a quote from Bill Nelson in last week’s Varsity article entitled […]
When do you feel successful?
Ask Big Questions: writers respond in light of exam season
The University of Toronto, standing on the wrong side of history
Op-ed: The U of T divestment campaign will carry on in spite of opposition
Get ready to work for free
Governor of the Bank of Canada Stephen Poloz leaves students bewildered at the prospect of unpaid work in the future
Is social media an appropriate forum for debate?
Two perspectives on the use of social media as a forum for debate
It’s time to stop grade deflation
U of T’s claim that it does not bell curve is questionable
The death of innovation?
Declining research income at U of T spells disaster for the future