Universities

African universities need more support

AFRICA-GLOBAL African universities expect the resolutions taken at the United Nations Food Systems Summit on September 23 to increase the capacity of institutions to effectively contribute to ending hunger and enhancing food security for the peoples of the continent. They hope that some of the points that will be highlighted …

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Mississippi IHL votes against vaccine mandates for universities – the Daily Mississippian

Mississippi institutions of higher learning voted to ban all universities in Mississippi from imposing the COVID-19 vaccine on September 17. “The board of directors has banned certain universities from implementing a COVID-19 vaccination mandate as a condition of employment or registration, except for clinical settings,” said Caron Blanton, spokesperson for …

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OP-ED: Sustainability must start with universities

Teachers and students can play an important role Six weeks away from COP26, the delayed 2020 United Nations climate change conference in Glasgow, many people are reflecting on how their personal and professional behavior can help cope with the climate crisis. It involves rethinking the extent to which we are …

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Local universities celebrate the return of OUA football

Waterloo – After COVID-19 forced the cancellation of the entire 2020 season, the Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks and the University of Waterloo Warriors hit the grill for their first OUA football game in nearly 700 days . Saturday marked the start of the 2021 Ontario College Athletics football season. …

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