Landon graduated in 2011 with a double degree in the Arts (drama) and Bachelor of Music. He is a musical theatre composer, performer, and producer from Vancouver and is currently based in New York City.
Joseph Boyden is a Canadian writer whose work examines the contemporary and historical experience of Indigenous peoples of Northern Ontario. Boyden's reading is part of the Mount Allison President's Speakers Series, celebrating the Year of Indigenous Knowing on campus. It is supported by the Botsford Westmorland Fund.
Commencement guest speaker Graydon Nicholas (LLD `10)
Honourable Graydon Nicholas (LLD ’10) addresses the Class of 2020 at Mount Allison University's Commencement ceremonies on September 1. (Introduced by Carolle de Ste Croix, director of alumni relations)
This year marks the 2nd annual Mount Allison University Women in Leadership Conference, a conference intended to create sustainable conversations about women in leadership across campus. The conference seeks to highlight our hope of fostering new perspectives on non-traditional leadership roles, drawing from a variety of areas including activism, business, science, and the arts. Registration is $10 and is open until Friday, March 4 at 4:30 p.m.
Mount Allison alumnus and president of the International Institute for Sustainable Development Scott Vaughan delivers the 2015 Commencement address at Mount Allison University (introduced by alumni director Carolle de Ste Croix)
Mount Allison's bilingual theatre troupe, Tintamarre, recieves $9,000 NB Environmental Trust Fund Award for DETOURS, a bilingual comedy that promotes education as the key to environmental sustainability.
All Things Useful and Artistic 2015 exhibition at the Owens Art Gallery
BFA grad and Owens Art Gallery intern Rachel Thornton (’15) talks about the exhibition All Things Useful and Artistic: Applied Arts at Mount Allison University 1906-1960, on display at the Owens Art Gallery until September 20, 2015