Métis | Work of Arts
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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 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 »

February 8, 2018

Student Voices: The Creative is a Gift

Is art considered legitimate work in academia? 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 »

December 20, 2017

Top Stories of 2017

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

December 7, 2017

Student Voices: Where Do I Belong?

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

November 20, 2017

Arts Buzz: November 20, 2017

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

September 11, 2017

Arts Buzz: September 11, 2017

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

September 22, 2016

Alumni Horizon Award Recipient: A Voice of His Generation

Duane Linklater is a rising star in contemporary Indigenous art read more »

July 28, 2016

Alumni Authors Series: Diana Davidson’s “Pilgrimage”

Diana Davidson's first novel is a beautiful story of redemption in a 19th century Métis settlement read more »

December 17, 2014

A personal connection

Anthropology professor Kisha Supernant explores Métis archaeological sites while unearthing some of her own heritage read more »