Eating Oranges in Greece and Drinking Red Wine in Sicily

During the Winter 2019 three week class, I went with Dr. Brandon Alakas and Geoffrey Dipple to Greece and Sicily for their AUCLA294 course (the blog for which you can check out here). If there are any two places that are quite ideal for studying Classical literature, it is definitely Greece and Sicily. When we first… Read More Eating Oranges in Greece and Drinking Red Wine in Sicily

The Value of Our Rainbow and Camrose Pride Week

Trigger Warning: Depression and suicide BY: NATALIA MCGILL With recent talk of depression, suicide attempts, and #BellLetsTalk all over social media, I just want to say to my fellow LGBTQIA+ community members: I love you and I support you. You are all beautiful human beings bursting with light, and you are all worth something to… Read More The Value of Our Rainbow and Camrose Pride Week

10th Annual Nordlys Ready to “Light Up” Camrose

BY KIRANDEEP SINGH The 10th Nordlys Film and Arts Festival is coming to Camrose once again, from Feb. 15 to 17 at the Bailey Theatre. Nordlys means “northern lights” and the festival features a wide range of cinema from across Canada and around the world. The festival has a full weekend of films, special guests,… Read More 10th Annual Nordlys Ready to “Light Up” Camrose

How Could I Resist You? Getting to Know the Mamma Mia! Cast

BY AMIELLE CHRISTOPHERSON If you’re looking for something to warm you up during this cold snap, look no further than the Mamma Mia! production currently happening at the Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre. A Churchmice Players production, Mamma Mia! features all your favourite ABBA songs, as well as several Augustana students! We asked them to answer… Read More How Could I Resist You? Getting to Know the Mamma Mia! Cast

A Look at the University of Alberta’s New Budget Model

On Jan. 14, University of Alberta Provost Steven Dew and Vice-President Gitta Kulczycki (Finance and Administration) hosted a town hall meeting to share general information on the new budget model. This new model will come into effect during the 2020-21 budget year, with actual funds distributed Apr. 1, 2020. This next academic year will see… Read More A Look at the University of Alberta’s New Budget Model