We are one step closer to a strike at Dalhousie, but there’s still time for a deal.
For many students at King’s and Dalhousie, missing a class means more than just asking around for notes. It’s not uncommon for undergraduate professors to base between 10 and 20 per cent of a student’s grade on their attendance and in-class participation. In these classes, students are required to provide sick notes directly from […]
[box type=”info”] Warning: This video contains strong language. [/box] Yesterday, the Canadian Federation of Students, supporters and post-secondary students nationwide went “All Out” in the form of rallies and protests to call for free and accessible education for all from provincial and federal decision-makers. In Halifax, students at King’s, Dalhousie, NSCAD University, the NSCC Waterfront […]
More than 30 students limped, shuffled and dragged themselves to the Old Burying Ground on Barrington Street to protest tuition increases and funding cuts at Nova Scotia universities.