From stress-busting puppies to ceremonies and celebrations, see what happened last month
In November we installed a new president, congratulated 800 new graduates, welcomed 8,857 guests at Open House, staged the first show in the Triffo Theatre, named our gym and much more. Check out some of the highlights.
Winston melted students’ hearts (and hopefully some of their stress) at SAMU’s Stress Less events during the last week of November.
Edmonton Economic Development Corporation lit up the MacEwan towers from November 3 to 12 as part of Western Week celebrations.
Theatre Arts and Theatre Production students brought Allard Hall’s Triffo Theatre to life for the first time on November 23 with Sister Act. Photo by Kyle Humeny, Bottomline productions.
President Deborah Saucier spoke about what it means to be Edmonton’s downtown university at her first town hall meeting with students, faculty and staff on November 1.
A record number of student volunteers signed up to answer questions and guide more than 8,857 visitors at the university’s Open House on November 4.
A studio demo at Open House gave prospective students a glimpse into the world of professional photography.
The Massage Therapy Club helped their fellow students and close to 50 of Edmonton’s first responders stress less with free massages at events during the last week of November.
Fall Convocation ceremonies were held at the Winspear Centre on November 21.
President Deborah Saucier was officially installed during the Fall Convocation ceremonies.
On November 4, MacEwan University’s City Centre Campus gymnasium became the David W. Atkinson Gymnasium to honour its president emeritus.
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather in Treaty Six Territory is the traditional gathering place for many Indigenous people. We honour and respect the history, languages, ceremonies and culture of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit who call this territory home.