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Mental health awareness week comes to U of C

By Ashton Chugh

Oct. 7–12 is Mental Health Awareness Week at the University of Calgary — a series of events organized by the Students’ Union Wellness Centre to promote mental health on campus. “My perspective on the week is to really get people talking about mental health and to show students that if they are having trouble, there… Continue reading Mental health awareness week comes to U of C

New School of Creative and Performing Arts formed at the U of C

By Riley Hill

The departments of dance, drama and music have been merged to form the School of Creative and Performing Arts, creating a new heart for fine arts at the University of Calgary. According to university administration, the new school will open up opportunities for interdisciplinary work between fine arts students while also increasing the university’s profile… Continue reading New School of Creative and Performing Arts formed at the U of C

Haskayne goes on hiring spree

By Chris Adams

Recent provincial budget cuts are not holding the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business back from expanding the size of its faculty and staff. Earlier this month, Haskayne announced they are hiring 13 new employees, including three centre directors, nine assistant professors and a new instructor — the largest round of hiring the school… Continue reading Haskayne goes on hiring spree

2013 SU Election results

By Riley Hill

After two weeks of campaigning, the 2013–14 University of Calgary Students’ Union election results have been announced. Raphael Jacob has been elected as the 71st SU president, taking 51 per cent of the votes. Candidate Stefana Pancic received 19 per cent and current president 
Hardave Birk received 31 per cent.
 “I’m very happy and very… Continue reading 2013 SU Election results

Study looks at nutrition and child development

By Nicole Dionne

You are what you eat, or potentilly what your mother ate, says a new study. The Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition study is being conducted at the behavioural research facility at the Alberta Children’s Hospital. The study follows mothers throughout their pregnancies and investigates possible links between nutrition, maternal mental health and infant development. “There’s… Continue reading Study looks at nutrition and child development