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Student volunteers Anna Omelchak, Tatiana Toto and Jing Zhao were at the ready as visitors came streaming into the MB Building during Open House on Nov. 7. The four Faculties offered tours, demonstrations and presentations on both campuses. See the related story and pictures from the event.... - Read more

Open your eyes: 2nd PCS

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The PCS evening session

Ask Nisha Goiygupta, grade 11 student from Centennial Regional High School, how she feels about safety online after attending the second President’s Conference. “I should really just burn my hard drive.” Goiygupta had just exited the conference’s morning session where Institute for Information Systems Engineering’s Mourad Debabbi gave a chilling description of how nefarious hackers can exploit your every... - Read more


Private money/public good

How patronage helped form communications

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The name Rockefeller conjures images of excessive wealth and luxury. After all, Oysters Rockefeller was named to link the richest living American with the over-the-top richness of the sauce. It seems almost counter-intuitive to consider the Rockefellers in light... - Read more

Forces Avenir nominee gears up for change

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Siena Anstis

At 21 years of age, recent journalism and anthropology grad Siena Anstis has done more than many people do in twice that time. She’s helped set up HIV/AIDS awareness programs in East Africa, freelanced in Kosovo, and worked with... - Read more

CJ’s Media Gallery opens doors

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Rick Hancox

“The unconventional, the unusual. That’s what you’ll see here.” It isn’t your run-of-the-mill gallery, and that’s just what Rae Staseson, communications studies chair and professor, wants, along with the rest of the department. On Oct. 29, more than 40... - Read more


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