Brookfield Residential fosters community Brookfield Residential focuses on building homes, communities and connections. “One in five Calgarians live in a community we’ve developed,” says Trent Edwards, Brookfield Residential’s chief operating officer for Alberta. The company’s roots in the city run deep, originally starting out as a developer in the late 1950s under the name Carma [...]
The Power of Volunteering Lance Dixon “If our hopes of building a better and safer world are to become more than wishful thinking, we will need the engagement of volunteers more than ever.” — Kofi Annan Over this past year we have witnessed numerous staff, faculty, and students of St. Mary’s give their time and [...]
The StMU Lightning Men’s Basketball program is excited to welcome Wil Konybai into the fold for the 2019-2020 season. This will be a homecoming of sorts for the Calgary native who began his post-secondary career at Nippising University in the very difficult Usport OUA east conference, Wil has completed is Sociology degree and is returning [...]
Taking to the Stage St. Mary’s University Drama Program set to debut three new productions For the past three years first-year drama students at St. Mary’s University have created their own work through the collective creative process, while the senior students (second, third, and fourth year students) have performed in a Mainstage production of a [...]
For Caroline Burns, the search is over. She has finally found a university program that will instruct her Catholic faith and provide a degree in a field of interest. Next fall, Burns will be in the inaugural class when St. Mary’s University in Calgary launches a new Social Justice and Catholic Studies degree program. The [...]
Our first creative night is going to be hosted on Friday, March 8, 2019 in TIA House in the Social Science Building on the University of Calgary campus from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
Books mark the many pages of our lives by Dr. Gerry Turcotte, President, St. Mary’s University I was recently tagged on a Twitter post in what has been called the Book Challenge. If invited, the recipient is asked to post a cover of an all-time favourite book, with no explanation or description of the choice. [...]
CUSC has investigated student experiences and satisfaction since 1994 to gain a better understanding of the Canadian undergraduate student population. The purpose of the survey is to measure student characteristics, experiences, perceptions and satisfaction targeting a sample of first-year undergraduate students. The results provide StMU an opportunity to assess how it is regarded by its [...]
Join acclaimed author and human rights advocate Mary Jo Leddy as she discusses her new book, Why Are We Here? A Meditation on Canada. A book signing will follow the talk; copies of the book will be available for purchase ($14.00). Light refreshment will be served.
Spiritual Wellness: The gift of a companion in our search for meaning A conversation with Dr. Charles Pottie-Pate, sj By Dr. Lance Dixon, Director of Campus Ministry Fr. Charles, you have visited our campus quite a few times in the past, but during this term you will be around on a more regular basis. For [...]