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January 22, 2018

Arts Buzz: January 22, 2018

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

January 18, 2018

Guest Post: My Study Abroad Experience Far Exceeded My Expectations

Celine Wlasichuk’s month in France turned out to be one of the best of her life read more »

January 15, 2018

Arts Buzz: January 15, 2018

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

January 10, 2018

Student Voices: Self-Care is Survival

Small things go a long way to mental health and well-being read more »

January 8, 2018

Arts Buzz: January 8, 2018

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

January 4, 2018

Student Voices: Stepping Up to a New Year — and a New Way of Thinking

Hersharon Sandhu reflects on meaningful resolutions that can change not only you, but the world around you read more »

December 21, 2017

Student Voices: An Ode to WRITE 298

What started out as a writing class ended up as a journey of self-discovery read more »

December 20, 2017

Top Stories of 2017

A look back at an incredible year in the Faculty of Arts read more »

December 18, 2017

Arts Buzz: December 18, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

December 14, 2017

Student Voices: Preparing for Employment, Post-Graduation

Duncan McCrostie discovers that an arts degree gives you many skills for the workforce read more »

December 13, 2017

Sandy Muldrew at his store, The Prints and the Paper

Arts alum sinks passion for graphic arts into entrepreneurial venture

For Sandy Muldrew, curating his own shop — The Prints and the Paper — is the realization of a dream read more »

December 11, 2017

Arts Buzz: December 11, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

December 8, 2017

The Impact of Culture on Gender Variance

The Bryan/Gruhn Graduate Anthropology Research Award enabled Kevin Laxamana to conduct his research on the ground in Asia read more »

December 7, 2017

Student Voices: Where Do I Belong?

For Indigenous students, identity is not a simple thing read more »

December 5, 2017

Amir Khadem wins UAlberta’s top doctoral award

Governor General’s Gold Medal winner’s dissertation touches on catastrophic trauma, memory and literature read more »

December 4, 2017

Arts Buzz: December 4, 2017

A weekly roundup of Arts news and must-see events read more »

November 30, 2017

Student Voices: Where Are the Men?

Hersharon Sandhu asks how we can encourage more men to become feminists read more »

November 28, 2017

Guest Post: My Job Shadow Experience

Shannon Coyne finished job shadow week with a whole new perspective read more »