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May 2, 2018

Guest Post: Bon Voyage to our Cortona Spring Students!

Amanda Shular, Prospective Student Recruiter and Advisor, reflects on the "best months of her life" spent at the Faculty of Arts' school in Cortona in 2013 read more »

April 11, 2018

Student Voices: Take Care of Yo’ Self

Letting go of guilt a necessary step towards health, says student blogger Brittany Johnson read more »

March 27, 2018

Student Voices: “We are plagued by a narrative of progress.”

The work of advocacy and activism remains, but our words - written, spoken and performed, can create "pockets of change", says Hersharon Sandhu read more »

March 22, 2018

Student Voices: An Ode to the U of A

On the cusp of graduation, student blogger Mishma Mukith reminisces about the people, places and things that made a difference read more »

March 8, 2018

Student Voices: We Need Some Positivity Up in Here

What we share on social media may be contributing negatively to the mental health of others, including ourselves read more »

March 1, 2018

Student Voices: Microaggressions are a big deal

Microaggressions exist to stereotype people into neat, labelled boxes. read more »

February 22, 2018

Student Voices: Addressing Students’ Food Insecurity Issues

Student-led “Converse & Cook” class not only teaches cooking methods, it gives participants a chance to share a meal with others read more »

February 15, 2018

Bridging differences, finding connections

Course develops critical thinking through the exploration of Chinese-Canadian identity read more »

February 8, 2018

Student Voices: The Creative is a Gift

Is art considered legitimate work in academia? read more »

February 1, 2018

Faculty of Arts student visits Berlin through UAlberta's e3 program

Guest Post: A Journey of Self-Discovery… in a Foreign Country

Selen Erkut learned how to be a better global citizen through UAlberta’s e3 program in Berlin read more »

January 26, 2018

Student Voices: Speaking French to Survive Social Isolation

An intensive immersion experience offered Mishma Mukith a challenge like no other read more »

January 23, 2018

Changing Lives: Immigrant women find path to success

The donor-funded Pathways Program (through Community Service-Learning) gives student Tracy Folorunsho-Barry the skills to create a mentoring and networking resource for immigrant women 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 10, 2018

Student Voices: Self-Care is Survival

Small things go a long way to mental health and well-being 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 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 7, 2017

Student Voices: Where Do I Belong?

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