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First students enrol in PharmD program

This January marks the first round of students entering the new PharmD program. The PharmD, which replaces the previous bachelor of science, now makes...

New laws proposed to protect unpaid internships

The Stronger Workplaces for a Stronger Economy Act, which was recently implemented in December 2013, now extends the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) to students enrolled...

Provost brings new perspectives

The newly appointed vice-president academic and provost, Prof. Ian Orchard, recently expressed his excitement and aspirations for the position. He was also able to...

Fee increase leads to bus pass referendum

Feds has issued a notice of referendum for students to decide if they’d like to continue participation in the GRT’s universal bus pass program. The...

Feds elections candidates announced

<strong>Update:&nbsp;</strong>Tenzing Kuyee has withdrawn from the council race and Chanakya Ramdev has an acclaimed senate-at-large seat in addition to his engineering council seat. With the...

Three full teams to run in this year’s Feds election

The 2014 Feds elections will see three full teams go up against each other for the four executive positions. The three teams are as follows: <strong>Team...

Campus Crime

Arrest in theft of cell phone UWPS officers followed up on an investigation into the theft of a cell phone that occurred&nbsp; Sept....

A reputation well deserved

The best and brightest of UW&rsquo;s innovators were highlighted once again in Forbes 30 Under 30 list released just last week. Douglas Lusted, 22 and...

Feds president announces new action plans targeting student wants

Students&rsquo; Council ran Input Sessions inviting UW students to voice what changes they want to see the Federation of Students make in 2014 on...

Campus Watch

YorkU dean: “ I had had another choice” The dean of the faculty of liberal arts and professional studies at York University, Martin...
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