From a historic flag-raising ceremony to costumed creatures, October was jam-packed with exciting developments. Here's a photographic roundup of our favourite moments.
Students pass by Allard Hall, which celebrated many firsts and official openings in October.
Brenda Draney's long-awaited commissioned art installation was unveiled.
Brenda, a Fine Art alum, created a hanging installation, bronze trapline and three paintings for the newly opened Allard Hall.
President Deborah Saucier spoke at the raising of the Treaty 6 and Métis flags.
Treaty 6 Grand Chief Wilton Littlechild watched as history was made on MacEwan's campus.
A cut above...
John and Maggie Mitchell cut the ribbon on Allard Hall’s art gallery, named in their honour.
Birds of a feather
The Early Learning at MacEwan renamed its playrooms after birds indigenous to Alberta, in partnership with the kihêw waciston (“eagle’s nest”) Indigenous Centre.
Dr. Rachel Griffin, assistant professor of Race and Communication in the Department of Communication at the University of Utah, gave a powerful keynote address at Sexual Violence Awareness Week.
Curiouser and curiouser
A peek down into the tower gardens.
Betty Andrews (front) and family gathered for the grand opening of the Betty Andrews Recital Hall.
The Betty Andrews Recital Hall opened with the Canadian premiere of an original music score written by saxophonist Jack Wilkins.
Keestin O’Dell, student advisor/recruiter in kihêw waciston, talked to Indigenous youth at the 25th anniversary of the Dreamcatcher Aboriginal Youth conference.
MacEwan staff and faculty got into the Halloween spirit...
... As did many students across campus.