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Taking Notes: Eye on Education – Stats Can Discovers Middle Class Education Gap

Statistics Canada has released a “new” study, which has revealed the “surprising” news that middle class families are being shut out from post secondary education. University participation among low income families increased due to the expansion of the student loans program, but rates among the middle class ($25,000 to $100,000) dropped. Why? The government is… Read more »

FINAL WEEK! – The first ever Voice writing contest!

THE FIRST VOICE MAGAZINE WRITING CONTEST! $600 in scholarships to be awarded $300 each in the fiction and non-fiction categories Write for The Voice and win money for your education. The Voice is launching its very first writing contest, with categories for both fiction, and non fiction. Non-Fiction: In 1500 words or less, tell us… Read more »

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THIS WEEK YOU DON’T WANT TO WIN $300? There are just three weeks left to enter for the first Voice writing contest. Responses to the non-fiction category have been weak, which is surprising, since so many of you have opinions on how AU could be better run. C’mon, how hard can it be? Just tell… Read more »

The first ever Voice writing contest!

THE FIRST VOICE MAGAZINE WRITING CONTEST! $600 in scholarships to be awarded $300 each in the fiction and non-fiction categories Write for The Voice and win money for your education. The Voice is launching its very first writing contest, with categories for both fiction, and non fiction. Non-Fiction: In 1500 words or less, tell us… Read more »

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THIS WEEK NEW COLUMN: Check out the Net Nerds internet picks. CONVENTIONAL VIS-Ã?-VIS DISTANCE EDUCATION – Wayne Benedict gives us his unique perspective on the two types of university study. If you have ever wondered what you are missing by going to AU, read Wayne’s article and see traditional university through the eyes of an… Read more »

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HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED? Subscribe to The Voice and you will receive an email each week when the new issue is published. Just visit this link: http://www.ausu.org/voice/subscribe/subform.php And enter your email address. It’s that simple. If you change your mind later on, it’s just as easy to unsubscribe. THIS WEEK BC VIS-Ã?-VIS SASKATCHEWAN- Wayne’s really started… Read more »

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HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED? Subscribe to The Voice and you will receive an email each week when the new issue is published. Just visit this link: http://www.ausu.org/voice/subscribe/subform.php and enter your email address. It’s that simple. If you change your mind later on, it’s just as easy to unsubscribe. THIS WEEK A HOLE IN THE HEART: Sara… Read more »

A Hole In The Heart

A few months ago, I found myself, quite unexpectedly, planning my first trip to New York City. For weeks, I pored over travel guides, and checked out websites, all in an effort to compile a must-see list for myself. With only four days in the city, I wanted to make sure I was organised. I… Read more »

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THIS WEEK WILL WORK FOR FOOD: Is an arts degree nothing more than the fast track to burger flipping heaven: ? SUDS CONFERENCE – JULY 2003: Report from the 2003 Students Union Development Symposium: REPORT ON THE AUGUST 10 COUNCIL MEETING: Find out what happened, and where your students’ union is going from here… WORTH… Read more »