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March 27, 2018

Student Voices: “We are plagued by a narrative of progress.”

The work of advocacy and activism remains, but our words - written, spoken and performed, can create "pockets of change", says Hersharon Sandhu read more »

January 29, 2018

Arts Buzz: January 29, 2018

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

January 4, 2018

Student Voices: Stepping Up to a New Year — and a New Way of Thinking

Hersharon Sandhu reflects on meaningful resolutions that can change not only you, but the world around you read more »

December 20, 2017

Top Stories of 2017

A look back at an incredible year in the Faculty of Arts read more »

November 30, 2017

Student Voices: Where Are the Men?

Hersharon Sandhu asks how we can encourage more men to become feminists read more »

April 6, 2017

Student Voices: What is Intersectional Feminism?

Student blogger describes the harm of oppressive stereotypes and norms read more »

March 29, 2017

Unplanned but not unprepared

For Pat Demers, a "serendipitous" career is nothing more than hard work meeting opportunity read more »

November 30, 2016

“Women are too often missing from our classrooms and history books”

Historian Merna Forster brings Canadian women's history to life read more »

July 28, 2016

Alumni Authors Series: Diana Davidson’s “Pilgrimage”

Diana Davidson's first novel is a beautiful story of redemption in a 19th century Métis settlement read more »

February 20, 2014

Feminist philosopher brings theory to life

Through a feminist lens, Cressida Heyes examines the politics and philosophy of health, illness, sleep and the body, especially as they relate to gender and sexuality. read more »