Universities must ensure that learning happens in a way that isn’t oppressive, bias or exclusive. Let there be a safe space for students to make mistakes and learn.
We are okay for a sex offender to repent after being convicted, but we are not okay for a university student to practice his freedom of speech by protesting non-violently against racism.
Shockingly, here is one issue that not a single one of his colleagues and peers even mentioned – the fact that Marzuki deceived people.
The systematic affirmative action that is implemented in the country ensures that there are more bumiputeras in universities.
Bring our professors back! By Zan Azlee “I wish I knew then what I know now.” That is a popular saying that has been repeated so many times that we […]
This is a little bit overdue but last July, I hosted a #TanyaGomen (organised by the Economic Transformation Programme) talk show with Higher Education Minister, Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh, and we […]
The regular daily schedule of a UiTM student By Zan Azlee I graduated from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) in Shah Alam, Selangor with a degree in accountancy. Mine was the […]
We need free tertiary education for all By Zan Azlee Listening to the President of the United States, Barack Obama, give his State of the Union address can be pretty […]
Oh my MUET! By Zan Azlee So now the English speaking and writing level for Malaysians to enter universities has been increased, according to the prime minister during the tabling […]
If they start muzzling academics, who will be next? By Zan Azlee Universities in North America have something called the tenure system where professors are appointed and then are guaranteed […]
Wan needs an education By Zan Azlee JUNE 8 — I have a friend who goes by the name Wan (not his real name of course as he doesn’t want […]