Indigenous faculty, students call on Ryerson University to change name, remove campus statue

Indigenous professors and students at Ryerson University in Toronto are asking the school to change its name and remove a statue of Egerton Ryerson from its campus because of his role in the creation of Canada’s residential school system.

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“The 1619 Project” author to join UNC faculty but has not yet been granted tenure

Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones accepted a five-year contract at the University of North Carolina, but so far, the school hasn’t approved her application for tenure like it has with previous professors. Ed O’Keefe details the university’s controversial decision.

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COVID Vaccines for Students and Faculty Coming to NJ High School | NBC10

Students at Washington Township High School in Gloucester County will have the opportunity to receive a Covid vaccination in school starting Friday. Students under the age of 18 must have their parents permission. NBC10’s South Jersey reporter Cydney Long spoke to students and faculty at the school.

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