Aaron Jan, a 20-year-old York University student and founder of Fulcrum Theatre, had a big summer, reported the Hamilton Spectator Sept. 10. He directed Antigone at the Lyric Theatre in August and Drafts, a play he wrote and directed, was the bestselling show at the Hamilton Fringe Festival in July — he and his theatre company made $3,000 off it. Read full story.
Canada’s ‘anchor babies’: Journey ‘home’ is tough for children departed with their partents
Hillary Booker, majoring in law and society at York University, talked about her life in Grenada, growing up in poverty, and then in Canada, in a Toronto Star article Sept. 7 about the difficulties of being a Canadian citizen when your parents are deported. She hopes to become a lawyer. Read full story.
ADR has lost its ‘alternative’ way
Linda Ippolito, who teaches at York’s Osgoode Hall Law School, talked about alternative dispute resolution, asking where the ‘alternative’ has gone in The Lawyers Weekly Sept. 14. Read full story.
Arrest in sex assault
A York University student has been charged with sexual assault following an incident on campus involving another student early Friday, Sept. 7, reported InsideToronto.com and others. Read full story.