Please note that this event has been postponed to a later date. Stay tuned!
Great documentaries by independent filmamkers! www.antigonishfilmfest.org
Dr. Kara Thompson will deliver the next Psychology Colloquium: Patterns, Predictors and Consequences of Marijuana Use from Adolescence through Young Adulthood. The talk is scheduled for Friday, March 9th at 2pm in SCHW 215. Everyone is welcome.
The Department of History will be presenting a lecture from Dr. Isaac Saney entitled "Africa's Children Return! Cuba, Africa's Liberation Struggles". Students, staff, faculty and the general public are all welcome.
PLEASE NOTE ROOM CHANGE!
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 @ 7pm, Schwartz 205.
The Department of History will be presenting the latest in our “Contextualizing” series on Wednesday 25 October at 7:30 pm in Schwartz 156. Entitled “Contextualizing Truth and Reconciliation: Canada 150 and the Colonization of Memory, History, and Resistance”, it will feature a panel discussion including Molly Peters (Paq’tnkek Mi’kmaw Nation), Peter McInnis (Department of History), Barbara Low (Mi’kmaw Activist), and Patricia Cormack (Department of Sociology). Students, staff, faculty, and the general public are all welcome.
Sr Eileen Schuller, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, will give this year's Christian Culture lectures. As one of the leading scholars in Biblical Studies in Canada today, for over 30 years, she has been involved in the edition and publication of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
As we mark the seventieth anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, this is a time for evaluation and re-evaluation. This first lecture will explore how this discovery has shaped our understanding of Judaism and the beginnings of Christianity.
All Human Nutrition students are invited to a welcome back social this Friday (September 8) at 11:15 in JBB 255. Drop by to meet our new and returning students, faculty and staff.