Climate Crisis, Media Alternatives: What kind of journalism do we need for a planetary emergency?

'News for Lunch' presentation by Robert Hackett, one of Canada’s foremost figures on the front lines of media reform.

Tuesday, March 24 , 12 noon to 1:00 p.m.
School of Journalism Studio  AH 105

The fight against cancer will hit the ground running this march. The University of Regina will be hosting the Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and the organizers are looking for volunteers for the all-night event.

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The U of R business faculty's new research lab will give students like Morgan Adams the opportunity to learn about research in a hands-on way. Photo by Taylor Rattray.

As part of the University of Regina’s new 2015 to 2020 strategic plan to strengthen research impact, the business faculty will unveil a new human research lab. Officially called the Laboratory for Behavioural Business Research, it will open in the fall of 2015.

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Daphne Kay posese in front of a buffalo hide.

Smudging. Round Dances. Feasting. These are just some of the traditions practiced by Canada’s Aboriginal cultures.


This is something that the University of Regina looks to emphasize with its recent 2015-2020 strategic plan entitled Peyak Aski Kikawinaw, or “We are one with Mother Earth”.

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The Witness Blanket displayed at the University of Regina's Research and Innovation Center.

A tattered drum. A pair of worn leather skates. Behind a pane of glass, two severed ponytails arranged artfully. The Witness Blanket is a large scale art installation that collects artifacts from Canada’s residential school past, and displays them in a carved wooden frame.

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Anti-gay, anti-abortion activist Bill Whatcott, left, is interrupted by a protester at the University of Regina. Photo by Eric Westhaver, INK Online.

Bill Whatcott’s views are – to put it lightly – controversial.


His views on abortion and LGBTQ rights are far beyond the mainstream. Some might even say they go beyond the pale. He’s fought the law. He’s been fined by the provincial government, gone to Canada’s Supreme Court several times, and was arrested during a demonstration at the University of Regina last year.


On Jan. 12, he came back to campus.

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The Owl pub at the U of R.

The Lazy Owl was first opened at the University of Regina in 1967. Since then, the campus bar, now better known as the Owl, has undergone many changes.

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School spirit is seen as a major part of the university lifestyle, but is that the case for the University of Regina?

The Globe and Mail’s Canadian University Report 2015 stated one of the things U of R students complained about was “a lack of school spirit.”

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