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Letter to the Editor
Letters for publication are welcome. Letters should address
a specific article, comment, or letter that recently appeared
in the paper or be tied to recent events. Letters
are limited to 300 words and may be edited for length
and clarity. Include your name, address and phone number.
Anonymous letters will not be accepted. Submissions
that are considered potentially libellous will not be published.
We read every letter we receive and every letter
gets equal consideration. Publication is at the sole discretion
of CAUT. If your letter is accepted for publication,
you will be contacted by phone, electronic mail, fax or
return mail. Letters should be sent to Liza Duhaime.
CAUT welcomes articles between 800 and 1,500 words on contemporary issues directly related to post-secondary education. Articles should not deal with personal grievance cases nor with purely local issues. They should not be libellous or defamatory, abusive of individuals or groups, and should not make unsubstantiated allegations. They should be objective and on a political rather than a personal subject. A commentary is an opinion and not a “life story.” First person is not normally used. Articles may be in English or French, but will not be translated. Publication is at the sole discretion of CAUT. Commentary authors will be contacted only if their articles are accepted for publication. Commentary submissions should be sent to Liza Duhaime.
The CAUT Bulletin is published each month September through June. Average
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