Annual exchange and study-abroad fair promotes international experiences Last week the International Centre hosted its annual exchange fair. Students gathered in Tweedie Hall for an info session followed by a discussion panel with past exchange students. Afterwards, interested students were encouraged to check out the booths set up for each of Mount Allison’s partner universities. […]

Talks cover live music, collaboration in mathematics and animal consumption Last week in the Windsor Hall Grand Room, a small crowd of Mount Allison students and professors gathered to hear three talks on the theme of impact in the speakers’ respective fields. First to speak was James Kalyn, a professor of music who examined the […]

Art gallery opens up painting vault and conservation lab for one night “Usually you see exhibitions and everything is on the wall and looking perfect,” said Jane Tisdale, the Owens Art Gallery’s fine arts conservator. “It’s nice to see where that came from: where they’re stored [and] what kind of work they’ve had done to […]

Commerce students host events downtown to promote art and culture Last Friday afternoon I found myself sitting downtown outside Tidewater Books, listening to Dr. Robert Lapp, an English professor, recite poetry to the street. This was just one of 10 events that the arts and culture marketing class hosted as part of the nationwide Culture […]

Talks cover women in the field of live coding and female Russian composers A small crowd of music students and professors gathered in Brunton Auditorium last Friday to hear from two fourth-year music students who spent their summers researching two very different subjects. Emily Leavitt examined women live coders and their experiences in the workplace. […]

Visiting artist talks plastic production and plastiglomerates Kelly Jazvac visited the Purdy Crawford Centre last week as part of the Visiting Artists Program, co-sponsored by the fine arts department, the Owens Art Gallery, and Struts Gallery and Faucet Media Centre. Jazvac’s chosen medium is scrap plastic, often salvaged from the advertising industry. The material itself […]

From folk to funk, this year’s album has it all Last week, I sat down with several members of Conduct Becoming to discuss their involvement with the society and their upcoming album launch. The society, which started in 2001, works together to create albums each year which are dedicated to the memory of Jason Abraham, […]