Immersion Service Learning offers students the opportunity to travel to diverse communities in Canada or abroad, and learn about and reflect upon important global issues like social justice, education, health, community development, fair trade, women’s issues, international development, history, politics, human rights, and food sustainability. Travel during February break or spring/summer. Open to all StFX students. Bursaries are available.
Marilyn Orr is the author of George Eliot’s Religious Imagination: A Theopoetics of Evolution (Northwestern University Press, 2018)
The Adult 55+ Learning Lecture series begins again for the 2019-2020 year on Tuesday, September 24th from 12pm-130pm in the Community Room at the People’s Place Library on Main St., Antigonish.
Dr. Peter Kikkert, the Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Arctic Policy at the Mulroney Institute of Government, will join us to will present “Disaster at the Ends of the Earth: Exploring Disaster Management in the Arctic and Antarctic”
Ornella Nzidukiyimana (Human Kinetics)
Charlene Weaving (Human Kinetics)
Christina Holmes (Health)
Reed Thomas (Education)
Tina DeRoo (Human Kinetics)
Robin Neustaeter (Coady & Adult Education)
Lori McKee (Education)
Kailin Wright (English)
Sutapa Chattopadhyay (Women's and Gender Studies & Development Studies)
Kendra Gottschall (Adult Education)
Remy Attig (Modern Languages)
Elizabeth McGibbon (Nursing)
On Saturday November 9th at 7:30pm Antigonish Performing Arts and Debut Atlantic present Daniel Wnukowski, Piano.
Antigonish Performing Arts and Debut Atlantic present Marc Djokic, violin and Beverly Johnston, Marimba on Saturday October 19th at 7:30pm.
Grand Opening: October 23 at 5:15 p.m. McNeil Gallery - Schwartz School
Featuring the work of Indigenous artists: Jay Bell Redbird, David Brooks, Gordon Fiddler, Loretta Gould, Darren Julian, Alan Syliboy, Halina Stopyra.
Presented by: Friends United, StFX German Society, Rolf Bouman, StFX Art Gallery & St. Francis Xavier University
Please welcome critically acclaimed drummer, Chad Wackerman, in concert with StFX faculty!
Tickets can be purchased at the following locations:
Tall and Small Cafe; Sunflower Natural Foods; Make Yer Own Wine & Beer
Email firstname.lastname@example.org; call 902-867-2106
Price: $20/person; FREE for students & unwaged
This is an event you will not want to miss!
Music Department Events page: https://www2.mystfx.ca/music/events-1
Faculty, staff, and students are invited to a talk by Dr. Andrew MacDougall (faculty member in Climate and Environment) titled ‘Climate Change Science 101’. This talk is an opportunity to learn about modern climate change, its causes and consequences – including the latest advances in climate science. The aim of the talk is to increase climate literacy, and confidence, for those who are interested in engaging with climate change issues either inside or outside the classroom.
Jean Vanier is an internationally-known humanitarian, philosopher, and theologian. The son of former Governor General Georges Vanier, he founded L'Arche, a network of communities where those with disabilities could live their lives with dignity and respect.
Dr. Michael W. Higgins is Distinguished Professor of Catholic Thought at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut, and the author and co-author of many books including Jean Vanier: Logician of the Heart. He writes regularly for The Globe and Mail, Commonweal (New York), and The Tablet (London).
Session 12 of LEAD 100 led by Alfred Guy
Session 11 of LEAD 100 led by Katie Edwards
Session 10 of LEAD 100 led by Louise Brennan
Session 9 of LEAD 100 led by Mike MacKenzie
Session 8 of LEAD 100 led by Nicole Baden-Clay