GSMC’s “Freeze the Fees” Explodes the Myths!

The Guelph Student Mobilization Committee is launching the “Freeze the Fees” campaign in the Winter 2013 semester.  This campaign is built around the central demand of freezing tuition fees for the 2013-2014 academic… Continue reading

Guelph Students Struggle With High Tuition Fees

Having to deal with high tuition fees, work long hours, worry about bills, and stress about debt can be very isolating. The GSMC wants you to know that you are not alone. Students… Continue reading

Freeze the Fees 2013

The Guelph Student Mobilization Committee (GSMC) is excited to present our new campaign – ‘Freeze the Fees 2013’.  This campaign is designed to tackle the problem of too high and ever-rising tuition fees… Continue reading

The Guelph Student Mobilization Committee (GSMC) Stands in Solidarity with High School Students from Guelph!

Members of the GSMC were inspired to see over 100 high school students walk out from their classes and march to protest in front of MPP Liz Sandals’ office on December 17th. It… Continue reading

Report on International Student Struggles (Part 2)

This is the second and last part of our overview of student movements over the world in this period of crisis and rising anti-capitalist struggles. Mobilization to defend education as a public good… Continue reading

Report on International Student Struggles (Part 1)

The week of November 19 to 23 was marked worldwide by an outburst of student protests aimed at denouncing the ongoing push by governments and administrations to increase tuition fees and commercialize education.… Continue reading

Statement on the conviction of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois

On November 1, Quebec student activist Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois was convicted of contempt of court for publicly criticizing an injunction issued against striking students during this year’s student strike. Nadeau-Dubois faces up to a… Continue reading

The Red Square Reader, a Pro-Student Voice on Campus

by Padraic O’Brien A party was held on October 18 at the Bullring to mark the launch of the first issue of the Red Square Reader, the new publication of the Guelph Student… Continue reading

Drop Fees, Not Bombs!

On October 22, the Guelph Student Mobilization Committee put their creative badass-ness to the test and painted the cannon at the centre of Guelph campus like an F-35.  Pretty close to an exact… Continue reading

Victory of Québec Students

By Padraic O’Brien As the dust settles from the September 4 elections in Québec, it is now clear who came out as a victor from the Great Student Strike of 2012: the students.… Continue reading