The Fulcrum’s Katrina Medwenitsch Calls for a Non-Discrimination Policy
In relation to the April 4, 2011 motion to the University of Ottawa Senate to counter systemic discrimination on campus (LINK), the university’s anglophone student newspaper, The Fulcrum, has published an article calling for an anti-discrimination and harassment policy:
“So shape up, students and faculty alike. There are a lot of people on this campus who do care about the responsibilities that go along with being called Canada’s University, which means upholding a national and international reputation for equality, human rights, and freedom. There are a lot of people who care to eliminate discrimination and harassment, and it’s time for us to do something about this recent failure and tarnished image. It’s time to take back the glory of being Canada’s University.”
The article is by Katrina Medwenitsch. LINK.