There are so many great moments that happen throughout the year at MacEwan University that it’s impossible to capture every one. Though we may not have snapped them all, we did collect some pretty amazing shots. Here are a some of our favourites.
We filled the nests in the main atrium of Allard Hall at a grand opening event in September.
We all (including Griff) welcomed our new president Deborah Saucier.
We filled the university’s front lawn with new students at the beginning of the Fall semester.
Our Fine Art students travelled to Elk Island National Park to create art projects that were integrated with and commented on the landscape.
MacEwan Pride Week kicked off with the university's first-ever pride march through campus.
We took many stunning shots of our downtown campus (our Instagram followers sure seem to like them).
We permanently raised the Treaty 6 and Métis flags.
We teamed up with NAIT to take on the Oilers rookie team—and won!
We opened the John and Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery, and several other incredible spaces in Allard Hall.
Our students held their final Fine Art Grad Show at the Centre for Arts and Communications before moving into their new space in Allard Hall.
We transformed downtown spaces into growing and living spaces for vegetables and bees.
Nearly 200 of our ur students, faculty and staff shared their stories in our Portraits of MacEwan series. Give them a read at Facebook.com/MacEwanUniversity.
We welcomed dogs and cats on campus to help us de-stress.
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.