After more than 35 years behind bars—made longer by his claim of innocence—Phillip Tallio will finally get an appeal next year.
Researchers found men who tripped were half as likely to hurt a significant other, and “emotional regulation” may play a role.
Most non-human test subjects are male. Aarthi Gobinath wants to change that.
Dr. Ellen Wiebe is globally renowned for killing off sexual health myths with science. We must protect her at all costs.
Sampath Satti hopes to test out a new watch that warns of the first signs of respiratory change starting next week in Vancouver.
The downside is, it’s mostly genetic.
Why did it take decades to figure this out?
Looking at fatalities between 1999 and 2014, the report recommends organizers make drug-testing kits more widely available.
UBC's creative writing chair Steven Galloway was fired this summer following an investigation into sexual assault. The ensuing avalanche of takes has been called "THE GREAT CANLIT CIRCLE JERK OF 2016."
Governor General's Literary Award winner Madeleine Thien has defended her friend Steven Galloway, accused of sexual assault. An open letter to Thien shows how closely students are listening.
The university had been sharply criticized for how it handled reports of sexual assault.
How far can a degree in comparative religions really get you?