On Saturday March 17th at 8pm in Immaculata Auditorium, Antigonish Performing Arts and Debut Atlantic will present a concert of World Music by the reknowned Ladom Ensemble,
On Saturday March 3rd at 8pm in Immaculata Auditorium, Antigonish Performing Arts will present reknowned pianist, Peter Allen, in a concert featuring Bach's Goldberg Variations.
On Friday February 16th 2018 at 8pm in Immaculata Auditorium, Antigonish Performing Arts and Debut Atlantic will present a concert by the reknowned cello duo VC2.
The Department of History will be presenting the latest in our "Contextualizing" series on Tuesday 27 February in Schwartz 205. Entitled "Contextualizing White Supremacy", it will feature a panel discussion including Dr. Afua Cooper (James R. Johnson Chair in Black Canadian Studies, Dalhousie University), Ms. Kelsey Jones (Coordinator of African Descent Affairs. St. FX), Dr. Donna Trembinski (Department of History), and Dr. Robert Zecker (Department of History). Students, staff, faculty, and the general public are all welcome.
Join us to celebrate the Chinese New Year!
Sunday, February 11, 2018 6-8:30 pm
KMC Cnference Rooms
Dress Code - "Red"
Tickets: $15 ($18 at the door)
February 5-9th - Tickets are on sale at Bloomfield (2nd and 3rd Floor Foyers)
The Department of Modern Languages presents Foreign Film Night - Honig Im Kopf. A very special adventure between a 10 year old girl and her grandfather, a 70 year old Alzheimer's patient, on their way to Italy. In German with English subtitles.
The Department of Modern Languages presents Foreign Film Night. Honig Im Kopf (Head Full of Honey) - A very special adventure between a 10 year old girl and her grandfather, a 70 year old Alzheimer's patient, on their way to Italy. In German with English subtitles.
Dr Matt Dinan, St. John XXIII Chair in Catholic Studies and Assistant Professor at St Thomas University, Fredericton, will speak on "Make Christianity Weird Again:"
The lecture will be preceded by the award of certificates and bursaries funded by the Rev BA MacDonald Memorial Fund and the C & A MacPhee Memorial Fund.
In his lecture, Dr Dinan will speak about the unlikely 'friendship' between the first German Pope and the first existentialist philosopher. Dr Dinan summarizes his talk as follows:
St. Francis Xavier University's Department of Sociology presents
the eight annual Dr. Agnes Calliste African Heritage Lecture
Soul On Ice: Past, Present & Future
A discussion on the rise of the black athlete in hockey
by Kwame Damon Mason
February 5th, 2018
PLEASE NOTE ROOM CHANGE!
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 @ 7pm, Schwartz 205.
Join representatives from the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration (NSOI) and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for an information session that will explain the ways on how international students and graduates can apply to become permanent residents of Canada. This session will help answer your questions about opportunities with the Nova Scotia Nominee Program and the Atlantic Immigration Pilot. Hear about how the IRCC Express Entry System works and ways to stay on track towards a Post Graduate Work Permit.
Co-sponsored by the Department of History and the Women's and Gender Studies Program
The Modern Languages Department would like to invite you to a session with five of our students who had the experience of a Study Abroad Student Xperience on Thursday, November 16th in Immaculata 202 at 6 p.m. Erica Harper and Sandra Petrovic attended the Universidad de Granada, Spain; Matthew Trnkus was at UNAM, Mexico City; Jack Bowness and Beatriz Guzman Barrera at Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico. Please come join us to hear about their Xperiences.
ART INSTALLATION OPENS IN BLOOMFIELD CENTRE ART GALLERY Join us for the Opening Celebration of Fencelines by Riben Irons, Fenn Martin and Raina McDSonald Friday Nov. 10 @ 5:30. This installation is on dsiplay through to December 15. Gallery Hours. Open Tues-Friday 12 - noon to 6 pm. Saturday and Sun 1- 4 pm,. CLOSED REMEMBERANCE DAY November 11 and Mondays.
The StFX International Students' Banquet Celebration will be held Sunday, November 19th at the Keating Millemium Centre Conference Rooms from 6-9 pm.
All members of the StFX community are invited to attend.
Tickets will be sold in advance at Bloomfield Centre (near the convenience store) from 12 - 2 pm, November 8-10 and 13 - 16.
Tickets are $19 for a catered meal ($22 at the door).
Come and celebrate with your friends and colleagues.
There will be door prizes and live entertainment.
Arrive at 6. Dinner will be served at 6.30
See the East Coast’s fastest rising band on November 17! Port Cities was formed by three of the East Coast’s up-and-coming stars: Breagh MacKinnon (St. FX B.Mus, 2014), Carleton Stone and Dylan Guthro. With layered pop production and edgy guitar, synth and beats instrumentation, Port Cities hits home with all the spirit you’d expect from its members. But at the same time, the tradition of songcraft and folk music is behind each song. And no matter if it’s a raw rocker, or an acoustic based heartbreaker, the lead vocals, duets, and three part harmonies make each performance shine.
Regular Meeting of University Faculty Tuesday, November 14, 2017 12:15 pm - 1:05 pm PS 1072 (Physical Sciences Building)
Join us in the Centre For Teaching & Learning on the 3rd Floor of the Angus L. Macdonald Library as StFX Alumna, Gloria Ann Wesley, reads from her 2017 One Book Nova Scotia selection If This is Freedom.
Date: Wednesday, November 15th 7pm
All are welcome, however seating is limited.