Road to Justice: The legal struggle for equal rights of Chinese Canadians is a new multimedia exhibit that will go on view in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library starting Sept. 15. The exhibit will be on display until Oct. 3. All are welcome.
‘Road to Justice’ exhibit at Osgoode examines historical discriminatory treatment of immigrants in Canada
On Saturday, Sept. 13, the York University Lions football team heads downtown to take on the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in the 45th Red & Blue Bowl at Varsity Centre.
The Fulbright Association has recognized York University Professor Patrick Alcedo with a prestigious Selma Jeanne Cohen Award for Dance and Dance Studies. The award honours the pioneering and seminal contributions of preeminent dance historian Selma Jeanne Cohen.
A leading figure in the history of sexuality in Britain, Lesley Hall will discuss the musings of prolific Scottish writer and social activist Naomi Mitchison (nee Haldane) on Tuesday, Sept. 16.
A new global survey by eFinancialCareers.com has ranked the MBA program at York University’s Schulich School of Business among the top 30 in the world for landing a career in investment banking — the only Canadian business school to make the ranking.
Fair Trade in Africa is the topic of discussion at a special public lecture on Sept. 10 from 2:30 to 4:30pm presented by the Business and Society Program. The talk features Chief Adam Tampuri, a member of Fair Trade International.
The York Lions soccer teams had a very good weekend in game action against the Algoma University Thunderbirds. Both teams won their matches with decisive victories.
How does the quality of the parent-child relationship affect the development of executive function in children? That is what University of Montreal Professor Annie Bernier will discuss Friday, Sept. 12, at the first LaMarsh Centre for Child and Youth Research talk of the academic year.
There will be a town hall meeting on Sept. 16 from 11am to 12:30pm in the Tribute Communities Recital Hall, Accolade East Building, Keele campus. All are welcome to attend this event.
Ontario’s 4,100 law students have an important new resource for wellness and mental health funded by the Ontario government and developed by York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School in collaboration with the province’s six other law schools.