Malala Yousafzai

Should we bring cursive writing back to schools?

Hetty Roessingh: Cursive handwriting has an effect on literacy and creativity

The powerful presence of Malala Yousafzai

On her visit to Parliament Hill, Canada’s newest honorary citizen was cheeky, charming and a compelling voice for her cause

Malala addresses the House of Commons: Full video

More than three years after the government announced its intention to bestow honorary citizenship on Malala, she visits Ottawa for the official ceremony

Why Malala’s struggle has only begun

She successfully faced down the Taliban, but in Pakistan ISIS and fundamentalism are on the rise, threatening to undermine her victories

Davis Guggenheim: Malala, her father, and a revealing new film

The director of ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ on his latest film, about an ordinary girl who has made extraordinary choices

Malala Yousafzai: Teen idol … honorary Canadian citizen

Maclean’s Archives: In a world where girls are gazed at more than heard, this newsmaker is no less than a revolutionary

Good news, bad news

A hero during the Bearskin Airlines crash, and Supreme confusion in the courts

Pakistani teen activist Malala Yousafzai signs book deal

The Pakistani schoolgirl and education activist who survived being shot by the Taliban has signed a book deal worth a reported $3M.

Newsmakers 2012: The right stuff

A hero in a Hummer and other lifesavers in the past year

Newsmakers of the week

Glenn Beck’s new shill, a star turn for a senator’s spouse, and an MP stands up for shark fin soup

What students are talking about today (October 10th edition)

An actress attacked, a student shot dead & a capella