It was an eventful Wednesday afternoon outside the Douglas Street building
To protest allegedly biased coverage of the climate crisis
Susan Crockford was an adjunct professor in the Anthropology department for 15 years
Guess who "did not attend science class"? 😬
The transit advisory will end at 9:59 p.m. tonight
This protest also coincides with the closure of Gorge Road between Tillicum and Harriet Roads
Here's everything you need to know
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