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Today, Acadia raised the flag of Ukraine on University Hall to mark our concern and care for the people of Ukraine.
At Acadia, our hearts are with all who are in harm’s way as a result of this direct attack on Ukrainian sovereignty. It is a clear violation of international law with troubling impacts on the region and on democracy itself.
The bargaining teams for Acadia University and the Acadia University Faculty Association (AUFA) have been in mediation for the last three days with provincially-appointed Mediator William Kaplan. This mediation was aimed at reaching a renewal collective agreement that would end the AUFA strike and get the students back to class as soon as possible.
Acadia student Leah Creaser has made an impact advocating for Indigenous students, communities, and issues at Acadia, including the creation of a new lab course that focuses on Indigenous ways of knowing. CBC speaks to Leah about the new course she is teaching at NSCC, Mi'kmaq Traditional Knowledge Connections in Science.