along the top and bottom of the tile are triangles in cream, salmon, and navy colours. in the lower right corner are two figures standing on either side a balloting box. Tere is text that reads: "SFPIRG is hiring! Apply to be SFPIRG's Electoral Officer. 1-5 hours per week from February-March. Honoraria provided! Apply by January 21."
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Article: Online learning during COVID-19: 8 ways universities can improve equity and access

In this article, the authors analyze various online resources and discuss with staff from 19 centres in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Lebanon to understand how universities make online education accessible. They provide recommendations from universities about how to improve educational equity in higher education during…
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Article: Using Social Justice to Promote Student Voice

In this article Lorena Germán, a middle school teacher, discusses how preteen students in her class “were able to develop a research-based position and a nuanced understanding of very polarizing topics”. With a focus on intersectionality, she teaches a strategy that can be used to encourage students to raise their…
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Support for FNSA’s ‘Let Us Speak’ Campaign

To the SFU Administration, The Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG) expresses strong support for Indigenous students, Indigenous community members, and the First Nations Students Association in their ‘Let Us Speak’ campaign. SFPIRG recognizes that the treatment of Indigenous students by the SFU administration constitutes colonial institutional violence, and…
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