Networking: the ominous word that strikes fear in the hearts of students and business professionals alike. It has become an increasingly popular behaviour in the corporate world in recent years. Many professionals believe that students should be networking while they are in school.
The formation of the MacEwan University Hip Hop Dance Club started with a simple web post. “It’s funny,” says Jeff Baglinit, a club member. “Small things lead up to huge things.” On a book exchange forum, someone asked if there
Crystal Lameman is a passionate advocate for the protection of natural resources and the preservation of indigenous cultures in current and future generations. She is the current treaty coordinator and communications manager for Beaver Lake Cree Nation. Her work is
Sitting in the brightly decorated Aboriginal Education Centre gathering room, the Aboriginal Students Club’s current president, Marlisa Brown, and former president, Danielle Lightning, discussed the club. [M – Marlisa, D – Danielle] What are the goals of the Aboriginal Students
In 1978, the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) started the Student Refugee Program, through which 61 post-secondary institutions in Canada continue to sponsor students. According to WUSC’s website, more than 1,400 students have been brought to Canada from refugee camps
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