One of the most outstanding period dramas in cinematographic history,‘Molière’ was produced 40 years ago, but it remains as fresh as the day it was released.
All welcome, join us on November 13th and 20th in MULH 2030 @ 7 pm.
The Aquatic Resources Program, along with the Departments of Biology and Anthropology, the Dean of Arts, and the Dean of Science, have invited biologist Amanda Babin, from the University of New Brunswick and the Canadian Rivers Institute, to discuss one of the most endangered animals in Canada - the North Atlantic Right Whale. Shipping and fishing industries along with conservtion groups and the concerned public have worked together to understand the right whales' plight and what we can do to help the population recover. Amanda will present historical and modern day threats the population
Please join the StFX Music Department in welcoming saxaphonist, TOM LUER!
Tom will be joined on-stage by Music Dept. faculty.
Concert will be held in the Gerald Schwartz School of Business Auditorium
Doors open at 7:30pm
For additional information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-867-2106.
Music Department Events page: https://www2.mystfx.ca/music/events-1
Please join us for a Learning Lodge on Indigenous Justice with special guests Cheyla Rogers, Kashya Young and Tamara Cremo speaking to relations to land, legal injustices, and reconciliation and healing. Following the panel is the Antigonish Film Festival screening of We Will Stand Up - a powerful documentary about the injustices experienced in the Colton Bushie / Gerald Stanley case. After the screening will be an open opportunity for audience reflections and questions. Refreshments will be provided.
Loction MIG Auditorium
You are cordially invited to join the Department of Religious Studies as we celebrate the recent publication of Dr. Ronald Charles’ book, The Silencing of Slaves in Early Jewish and Christian Texts. “Attentive to the voices of ancient slaves and the silences of modern historians and theologians” (Jennifer Glancy, inside cover), Dr. Charles makes an important contribution to postcolonial studies of antiquity.
Each day, Dr. Reed will host office hours and a public event.
A hilarious and heartwarming radion play, complete with live holiday music, about strangers who find the true Christmas spirit in Antigonish.
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)
Lori McKee (Education)
Kailin Wright (English)
Remy Attig (Modern Languages)
Elizabeth McGibbon (Nursing)
Antigonish Performing Arts and Debut Atlantic present Marc Djokic, violin and Beverly Johnston, Marimba on Saturday October 19th at 7:30pm.
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
Session 5 of LEAD 100 led by Marie Horgan and Rethink Canada
Session 4 of LEAD 100 led by Mike MacKenzie