Students | Work of Arts
Students | Work of Arts


October 19, 2017

Student Voices: Applying does not mean getting a job

Student Voices: Applying does not necessarily mean getting a job

Duncan McCrostie shares the reasons he joined the Faculty of Arts Work Experience (AWE) program read more »

October 5, 2017

Student Voices: I Walked Out of My First Women’s & Gender Studies Class

Hersharon Sandhu realized that she, too, had to unlearn her internalized misogyny read more »

September 28, 2017

Student Voices: I Paid $600 for a Course on Volunteering

Mishma Mukith says Community Service-Learning not only changed the direction of her education, it changed her life read more »

July 27, 2017

Canada 150 Guest Post: My Country, With a Catch

Indigenous people are hurting, not because we hate Canada, but because we love this land so much read more »

June 14, 2017

‘There are 168 hours in a week — what you choose to do with them is up to you’

And other insights gleaned by economics grad who played Golden Bears football, earned a 3.9 GPA, overcame adversity, volunteered in his community and oh, by the way, also started his own business read more »

June 12, 2017

The classroom is just the start of a true education

Community-based learning experiences persuaded Matana Skoye to become an intersectional feminist and Indigenous ally read more »

June 8, 2017

Bright Lights and Stunning Sounds: Just a Movement Away

Thanks to drama student Aidan Ware’s technology, stage performers can control their own lighting and sound effects with simple body movements read more »

June 6, 2017

Speaking the language of opportunity

Fluency in four languages is a doorway to the world for Paige Ross read more »

May 12, 2017

Student Voices: So, What?

Intergenerational trauma has shaped the lives of Indigenous people, says Indigenous student blogger read more »

April 27, 2017

Student Voices: The Many Layers of Privilege

We should use our privilege to support marginalized groups, says student blogger read more »

April 13, 2017

Student Voices: Campaign Nerves

International student blogger overcomes her fear and becomes a student leader read more »

April 6, 2017

Student Voices: What is Intersectional Feminism?

Student blogger describes the harm of oppressive stereotypes and norms read more »

March 31, 2017

Student Voices: Endings and Beginnings

As his final term winds down, emotions intensify for student blogger Dylan Bateman read more »

March 23, 2017

Student Voices: 4-65

Indigenous student blogger shares her thoughts on the Faculty of Arts Aboriginal Gathering Space read more »

March 9, 2017

Student Voices: Taking the Long Academic Path

Student blogger shares five benefits of extending your degree read more »

March 2, 2017

Student Voices: Striving for an “A”

Grad student blogger contemplates the benefits of a pass/fail system read more »

February 23, 2017

Student Voices: No More Fake Teeth

Indigenous student blogger speaks out about the backlash against Indigenizing the Academy read more »

February 16, 2017

Student Voices: Surviving the Canadian Cold

International student blogger Meijun Chen experiences an Edmonton winter for the first time read more »