By: Allison O’Brien Striped flannel pyjamas, a t-shirt and shorts, and a black long-sleeved shirt with ripped jeans. These are some of the answers to the question “what were you wearing?”, all too often asked when survivors of sexual assault... Continue Reading →
Salary increases, a third party investigator, and a new student support program among the items discussed.
By: Adi Vella The UPEI Environmental Society, Save our Seas and Shores PEI and Cinema Politica Charlottetown are jointly organising a screening of Bluefin at UPEI on Sunday, March 25th. Bluefin is a documentary that provides commentary on the stocks... Continue Reading →
By Allison O’Brien Dr. Dorothy Smith, a leading Canadian sociologist and professor emeritus of the University of Toronto, adjunct professor at the University of Victoria, and a celebrity among sociologists and the academically inclined, delivered a lecture via Skype to... Continue Reading →
Dear fellow students, I am an English major in my final year. I am writing a series of letters about environmental concerns to corporations and members of government, and I am writing to you to ask for help in creating... Continue Reading →
Rix alleges she was "told to keep quiet about what happened" after filing a harassment complaint.
By: Nathan Hood At an extraordinary meeting of the UPEISU council on March 18th, SU ombudsperson Sweta Daboo released her findings relating to the notice of a motion of non-confidence against former president Chelsea Perry and the allegations associated with... Continue Reading →
Details revealed on the ongoing investigations and a letter from a councillor involved.
By: Melyssa Weeks UPEI is hosting the first Atlantic Universities Philosophy Conference (AUPC), starting Friday evening at 7PM and ending March 17th. The conference is open to the public and students are encouraged to attend. For a full list of... Continue Reading →