Posted on March 8, 2017 by Dyane Gagnon

Although today feels like it should be a snow-day you can stay busy (and indoors!) with the sheer number interesting events happening on campus all week, including today’s Lunch and Learn on traditional ecological knowledge with Dr. Megan Caldwell, followed by a Ronning Centre lecture titled “The Role of the Bible in Post-secondary Education”. Be sure to …

Although today feels like it should be a snow-day you can stay busy (and indoors!) with the sheer number interesting events happening on campus all week, including today’s Lunch and Learn on traditional ecological knowledge with Dr. Megan Caldwell, followed by a Ronning Centre lecture titled “The Role of the Bible in Post-secondary Education”.

Be sure to wear the colour that matches your year if you’re a student (staff and faculty wear purple!) and meet in the forum at 12:10 pm tomorrow for the Pride Week Rainbow Photo, where you can also check out the listing of other pride week events. Tomorrow night is the Annual Staff vs. Student Hockey Challenge, while on Friday you can attend a Humanities’ Cafe Round Table discussion on “Word and Image in the Age of Trump”, followed by Rae Spoon’s performance at the Bailey Theatre later that night.

Keep warm!


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