All posts in Students

  • STU sociology students on men and masculinities
    April 20, 2016, by NB Media Co-op

    The students of Nathan Thompson, a part-time instructor in sociology at St. Thomas University, put together a media assignment on men and masculinities. “The students demonstrate some real creativity and playfulness with […]

  • Universities and corporations: a misguided merger
    May 28, 2015, by Elizabeth Mancke

    The corporatization of higher education is now front page news. Prolonged strikes at York University and the University of Toronto interrupted classes for a month. Everest College, a for-profit school, […]

  • Universities and the austerity agenda [audio]
    May 17, 2015, by From the Margins

    Robin Vose is the president of the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) and a professor of history at St. Thomas University. Delegates of faculty unions across the country attended […]

  • Student rights and the right to education
    May 15, 2013, by Bob Whitney

    Reflections on tactics and strategy after the Québec Maple Spring “Nothing about us, without us, is for us.” – Slogan of South African students “If you do not have your own […]

  • Bread and roses for Generation Y, books too
    April 2, 2013, by Tracy Glynn and Tomi Gbeleyi

    Fredericton – Canada’s youth today are starting off their adult lives in what has been called an age of falling expectations. Unemployment, underemployment and soaring education costs are making life […]