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Berni Stapleton is Paving Her Own Path

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Memorial University’s new writer-in-residence talks about inclusive theatre, the power of the province’s past, and her pathbreaking career in the arts.

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Put Education on the Ballot

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We need institutions where critical inquiry can be freely pursued by scholars and cultivated among students. The future of NL depends on it.

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What education is worth

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The debate on tuition and fees at Memorial has, at its core, the larger problem of the commodification of education. The fight for education as a right is a crucial struggle.

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Burton’s Pond: Urban Wildlife Oasis

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At the heart of Memorial University lies an ecosystem worth discovering…

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Mad people, sane ducks

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Or, recent events at the St. John’s campus…

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Improving access to education for all

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Education is a right. No matter where you live.

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SPARKS ready to fly at MUN this weekend

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Annual festival highlights writers – both new and established – from across Newfoundland and Labrador

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MUN’s Rant Like Rick contest this afternoon

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As part of its MUNDAYS celebrations, Memorial University’s Rant Like Rick contest finals are taking place this afternoon at 3:30 at The Breezeway. The contest challenges students to rant about a topic of their choice in the style of Rick Mercer on his popular Rick Mercer Report television show. You can check out the finalists’ audition tapes here. Meanwhile, if you’re hungry and looking for some exotic foods, MUNDAYS is also hosting the International Bazaar from 12pm-3pm in the University Centre – where “you can chow down on some of the most flavourful foods from around the globe or adorn yourself with exotic jewelery”.

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Prosperity: an unlikely challenge

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Public panel examines Newfoundland and Labrador’s ‘prosperity’: is it coming, going, or slipping through our fingers?

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