By Rachel Woodward, May 14 2015 —
Calgary-based curatorial ensemble Wreck City is partnering with Sled Island Music Festival to give local artists an interesting venue to display their works.
Their newest project, Demo Tape, will take over the abandoned … Read the rest
In the May 5 provincial election, the Alberta New Democratic Party broke the 44-year reign of the Progressive Conservatives, winning a majority government with 53 seats. Not everyone was happy about this.
Almost immediately, disgruntled conservatives went to work uncovering … Read the rest
By Fabian Mayer, May 14 2015
Taxation, healthcare and K-to-12 education were all hotly debated during Alberta’s election. Student issues, on the other hand, were all but ignored.
Both post-secondary funding and the tuition cap were left out of the … Read the rest
By Hayden McBennett, May 14 2015 —
The Students’ Union’s Get Out The Vote campaign contacted roughly 3,000 students before last week’s provincial election to encourage them to vote.
Throughout the winter semester, students were asked for their contact information … Read the rest
By Fabian Mayer, May 14 2015 —
Old and new celebrations marked the last day of classes and end of the academic year. Both Bermuda Shorts Day and the inaugural UCalgary Strong Festival were deemed successes.
The university put on … Read the rest
By Stephanie Tang, May 14 2015 —
Five University of Calgary students won a business competition with an idea designed to make campus safer for women.
The product, a bracelet equipped with a button, is called the Securelet. Pressing the … Read the rest
By Jason Herring, May 14 2015 —
The University of Calgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) recently unveiled their program for the 2015–16 season. SCPA Director Bruce Barton says the quality of the upcoming season shows the school’s … Read the rest