social justice

The Quiet Campus: The Anatomy of Dissent at Canadian Universities


The remarkable—a word that can be read in many different ways—2012 student protests in Quebec have stirred memories of the activist campuses of yesteryear. For faculty members introduced to the academy in the era of student activism, anti-Vietnam War protests, and general social unrest, the recent quietude of the Canadian university system has been disturbing. […]


Lost in Translation after Graduation?


What students do after leaving the academy can be impressive, surprising, and, as one department found out, useful for universities interested in improving the student experience.