Tagged faculty of arts

Arts rep Rayane Issa launches monthly wellness nights

By Kristy Koehler, October 10 2019— Faculty of Arts representative Rayane Issa is making good on her platform promises to offer monthly wellness nights for students.  Issa hosted a workshop in September in collaboration with fellow Arts rep Justin Gotta and the Student Success Centre, targeted toward first-year students building good study habits and setting…

Faculty of Arts rep Tomiwa Oje says arts grads can be entrepreneurial too

By Kristy Koehler, September 24 2019— Students’ Union Faculty of Arts representative Tomiwa Oje wants students to know that students from the Faculty of Arts can be entrepreneurial too. She’s planned a panel to showcase exactly that. “Side Hustle to Reality: Panel of Entrepreneurs with Arts Degrees” is Oje’s bid to incorporate the university’s ‘entrepreneurial-thinking’…

Arts Lounge to get major facelift for the fall semseter

By Ashar Memon, April 27 2018 — Arts students can look forward to an upgraded study space this fall after the University of Calgary renovates the Arts Lounge over the spring and summer. The Arts Lounge is a student-run space located on the main floor of the Social Sciences building. It was established in February…

Why arts majors deserve more respect

By Aisha Sajid, February 1 2018 — Arts majors are often the punchline of jokes at the University of Calgary and the value of their degrees are often ignored. While they often aren’t considered as impressive as professional degrees attached to specific career paths, it’s time to change that thinking. Society has come to judge…

SLC musical chairs continues as SU looks for new arts representative

By Tina Shaygan, November 1 2017 — One of the four Faculty of Arts representative positions on Students’ Legislative Council is vacant after Puncham Judge’s unanimous appointment to Students’ Union vice-president external position. This vacancy will be filled by the SU Nominations Committee and applications are open to all undergraduate arts students until Nov. 10….

U of C’s only three-year degree program up for termination

By Saima Asad, April 27 2017 — The University of Calgary’s only three-year degree program might soon get the boot. The Faculty of Arts is considering discontinuing the Bachelors in communications and culture (BCC) program due to declining interest from students. Enrolment in the BCC has declined over the past decade, from 316 students in…

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