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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 »

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 »

September 19, 2017

Alumni Horizon Award: A Passion for Helping Others Succeed

From Kandahar to Edmonton, Adam Sweet believes public service comes before self service 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 »

February 16, 2017

Student Voices: Surviving the Canadian Cold

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

February 14, 2017

Connecting fans to their passion

Oilers Entertainment Group COO Darryl Boessenkool is a hometown boy with big dreams read more »

January 19, 2017

Student Voices: Step aside, Troy Bolton

You’re not a label, you’re so much more read more »

December 15, 2016

Student Voices: Don’t Panic!

International student blogger offers firsthand advice for surviving exams read more »

November 17, 2016

Student Voices: Soccer, Not Football

International student blogger shares her experience with culture shock read more »

October 27, 2016

Student Voices: A letter to first year international students on how to survive residence life

Blogger says that the key to success is stepping out of your comfort zone read more »

October 20, 2016

A Man of Many Talents

Economics alumnus Brian Menges has found career success by dabbling in everything from mortgage lending to environmental technology read more »

October 6, 2016

Student Voices: An International Perspective on Mental Health

Radha Saikia reflects on the unique challenges shared by international students read more »

September 7, 2016

Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient: A Life of Public Service

As a minister of several federal departments and as an advocate for tourism, Judd Buchanan worked for the people read more »

June 21, 2016

Words of Wisdom 2016

Meet some of our newest Arts grads! read more »

June 2, 2016

The unlikely link between credit reform and the planet

Economist discovers that a company’s access to credit pays dividends for the environment read more »

October 16, 2014

Pairing wine with business

Arts alumnus and entrepreneur Matthew Protti used his education and passion for wine to grow an international IT startup read more »

April 10, 2014

An advocate for urban living

Arts alumnus Ian O’Donnell lives and breathes downtown revitalization. read more »