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Campus

A student hub

Environmentally friendly, natural light, a moss wall, and a welcoming atmosphere. After 12 years of planning, the Students’ Association of MacEwan University (SAMU) broke ground on their new building last year.   Many of the final details are being decided

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Campus

Allard Hall and MacEwan’s hidden gem

  This past year at MacEwan University has been monumental for the institution. It has been named the Year of Celebration, and as the arts programs have moved to our downtown location, two of the university’s three campuses have finally

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Campus

Going green at MacEwan University

As July approaches, many Canadians are starting to think about the impending cannabis legislation and how it will shape our society. Universities are no different, and as the date of implementation nears, the discussion is becoming louder regarding what changes

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Campus

Language as community

Kihêw waciston, meaning “eagle’s nest” in Cree, offers a safe space for the exploration of indigenous culture at MacEwan University. The indigenous centre organizes events for students of all backgrounds to build their sense of community and learn about indigenous

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Campus

Stepping towards sustainability

As corporations, institutions, and individuals head toward “going green,” the use of solar panels has become one of the more popular options for reducing ecological impact. MacEwan University’s Office of Sustainability helps to chart the university’s course in environmentally conscious

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Events

Big Bands play a fine farewell to CFAC

  On Monday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m., the Big Band show rounded out MacEwan Music Month, a month-long event that went on over the course of March and into the start of April.   The show was directed by

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Campus

Active participation

Two years ago, Amorena Bartlett sat outside of Griffins Landing for a meet-and-greet with students’ council candidates. The fall election was a week away, and she had stopped by to get a sense of her options. That afternoon, she walked

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People

Fifty years of campus life

University is an important stepping stone for many people. It marks the years of transition between adolescence and adulthood, or between being an amateur and being a professional. For MacEwan University President David Atkinson, however, university has been a way

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Food

Food for thought: The Aramark story

In addition to being hubs for intellectual growth and discovery, universities can be social spaces that foster great friendships and camaraderie. A significant component of this social space is, as any campus bar regular can tell you, the food and

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