Lighting stars shine bright at annual awards banquet It was a night of celebration for all of the student athletes on the St. Mary’s University Lightning athletics teams at the annual awards banquet on Thursday April 4, where athletes were honoured for their ongoing commitment to excellence both on the field of competition and in [...]
The Mauro Gallery: A Year in Review It has been a busy year for the Mauro Gallery within the Historic Water Tower on the St. Mary’s Campus. The dynamic space, made possible by a generous donation from Tom and Debra Mauro has been home to vibrant art collections, guest lectures and intimate reflection. When the [...]
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 [...]
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.
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 [...]
What is NCHA? The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is a national research survey organized by the American College Health Association to assist college health service providers, health educators, counsellors, and administrators in collecting data about their students' habits, behaviours, and perceptions on prevalent health topics. Questions on the NCHA survey cover the following topics: [...]