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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the associate content editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at hulrichsen@sudbury.com.

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Profs appeal order sealing correspondence between Laurentian, province

Profs appeal order sealing correspondence between Laurentian, province

Judge says releasing the documents ‘could be detrimental to any potential restructuring,’ and as such, poses a serious risk to university’s future viability
Romano a no-show at Laurentian University town hall

Romano a no-show at Laurentian University town hall

Participants call for funding to stabilize university
Romano a no-show at LU town hall, participants call for funding to stabilize university

Romano a no-show at LU town hall, participants call for funding to stabilize university

Ministry says province funded Laurentian in the range of $73M to $81M over the last five years, 'far more than other institutions’
<updated>New Music Mondays: </updated>Sudbury’s Andrew Hyatt releases 3 new country music videos

New Music Mondays: Sudbury’s Andrew Hyatt releases 3 new country music videos

Hyatt said he put out ‘The Wanderspace Sessions’ for fans missing live music
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Parent speaking out after 4-year-old leaves Lively school unsupervised

ONTARIO: Parent speaking out after 4-year-old leaves Lively school unsupervised

The board has since apologized to the family, and sent home a letter to parents at the school
Parent speaking out after 4-year-old leaves Walden P.S. unsupervised

Parent speaking out after 4-year-old leaves Walden P.S. unsupervised

The board has since apologized to the family, and sent home a letter to parents at the school
Federated universities also in the crosshairs as part of LU’s CCAA process

Federated universities also in the crosshairs as part of LU’s CCAA process

LU already revised funding model for Thorneloe, Huntington, U of S in 2020, leading to cuts
Former Sudbury Catholic board teacher’s license revoked for ‘sexually abusive conduct’

Former Sudbury Catholic board teacher’s license revoked for ‘sexually abusive conduct’

Craig James Lusk one of 28 teachers across the province whose licenses have been removed retroactively by Ontario College of Teachers
Rainbow board has already asked schools to plan virtual grads for class of 2021

Rainbow board has already asked schools to plan virtual grads for class of 2021

‘This year we are accepting the reality a little earlier,’ said education director Norm Blaseg
Asymptomatic COVID-19 testing starts in area schools Feb. 22

Asymptomatic COVID-19 testing starts in area schools Feb. 22

Rainbow board says about 260 of its students will be tested weekly under provincial formula