Summer in photos

September 1, 2021 | Campus Life

Even as we look forward to the Fall term and the start of a new school year filled with hope and possibilities, we pause to reflect on another summer in the books. Here are the top photos from the last few months.

Summer on campus


Our campus is never more beautiful than when it's in bloom.

Mother Bear


The stunning Mother Bear Prays for Earth Healing sculpture represents the idea that all are welcome and we all belong.

President's Medal


Chase Soosay is presented with the President's Medal for Academic Excellence and Student Leadership by Dr. Annette Trimbee, MacEwan's president and vice-chancellor, in July.

Outstanding student experience


As part of Convocation, Eilene Dela Cruz receives the Governor General's Award, presented to her by MacEwan's first-ever chancellor, Dr. Tony Fields.

Mary Burlie Day


City Councillor Scott McKeen presents the official proclamation of July 13 as Mary Burlie Day in the City of Edmonton to Burlie's granddaughter, Tamika Burlie. Mary Burlie is honoured as a tireless advocate and activist for Boyle Street clients.

Indigenous recognitions


kihêw waciston Indigenous Centre celebrated its graduating students and honoured Assistant Professor Amber Dion in a pipe ceremony in June. Dion was recognized for her many contributions to Indigenous initiatives at MacEwan.

On the sunny side


The new SAMU Building awaits students.

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