Faculty members call for MUN administrators and government to renew their commitment to the public university.
Global movement grows in Canada’s faith community, strengthening the call to combat climate change on moral and ethical grounds.
In the wake of a vote to raise tuition and residence fees for certain students attending Memorial University, the Canadian Federation of Students, its member unions and allies say they will strengthen the fight for accessible education in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Why is our government so determined to hide out in the middle of the pack?
When people talk about shared sacrifice, it’s rarely anything of the sort.
Between the provincial government’s April 30 funding cuts to Memorial University and a July 10 MUN Board of Regents vote that could see significant tuition and residence fee increases for many students, a conversation is emerging about the whole reason the university exists in the first place.
International and graduate students this year, undergrads will be next
After MUN’s faculty union voted overwhelmingly in support of fossil fuel divestment to tackle climate change, Memorial University President Gary Kachanoski touted the school’s “ethical investment policy”. Problem is, that policy has not yet been enacted.