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How MUN Students Created a New Student Refugee Program

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On November 6, a referendum confirmed that MUN will become the 93rd institution in Canada to create a Student Refugee Program. Here’s how it happened.

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Memorial Students Rejected a Bad Proposal, Not a U-Pass Program

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If you’re disappointed with the results of the recent U-Pass student vote at Memorial, don’t be disappointed with the students. It’s good news that 51% of eligible voters participated, and it means that 71% of those students voting “No” is a clear rejection of the proposal by the student body. However, this vote can only tell us how students felt about this proposal. It does not tell us how students feel about a U-Pass in general. Students did not support the specific U-Pass program proposed by Memorial University, Metrobus, and the City of St. John’s because of ineffective communication, inappropriate pricing, and inadequate scope to address the core transit issue: that all true growth opportunities for Metrobus ridership lie outside the current service area. Metrobus and the City have been thinking about U-Pass programs as a means of improving public transit since at least 2011.  One of the recommendations in…

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Dress codes devalue women’s voices and sexualize children

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If the skin of teenage girls makes you feel sexually uncomfortable, then you have a problem.

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Who is using the local food banks?

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The folks over at cbc.ca/nl have started to use clever graphics to deliver interesting information, and has done so again with new statistics from Food Banks Canada’s annual Hunger Count report. You can check out the very long graphic here, but if you’d rather just the text, take a look below. Food Bank Use in Newfoundland and Labrador 28,642 – Number of people in NL served by a food bank this March 37.3% – Percentage of those people who were children 9,090 – Number of households that have used food banks 67% – Percentage of food bank users who are tenants of social housing 56% – Percentage of food bank users that are women 5% – Percentage of food bank users that are over 65 1.2% – Percentage of food bank users that are post-secondary students 7% – Percentage food bank use dropped from 2010 5.1% – Percentage food bank…

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Newfoundland’s ‘cheating’ policy gets national attention

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Not exactly the type of thing school boards in Newfoundland and Labrador wanted to make national headlines for: their new policy for students caught cheating. Under the new policy, students are to be retested if found cheating instead of receiving a mark of zero. The new policy also eliminates grade-related consequences for missed deadlines or missed tests. The reasoning for rule-change? The change to the policy is an attempt to “separate student behaviour from learning to give us a true picture of what the student knows,” according to the Eastern school district. The new policy has caught the attention of a lot of folk, and even the Toronto Star takes a quizzical look at it. Click the link below to read their take. Meanwhile back here in Newfoundland, the public’s outrage has been matched only by that of the teachers themselves who are expected to follow these new rules. This…

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