ARCHIVES

Missed an issue? Browse past issues of Luminus to find great stories about Memorial University and the amazing alumni who make us proud.

Fall 2015 - Vol. 37 No. 2

Memorial and our alumni start local and think global – and their international stature puts MUN at the centre of the universe. (We knew it all along.) PLUS: Q&A with Dr. Bruce Aylward, program director, WHO

Winter 2015 - Vol. 37 No. 1

Learn how Memorial’s alumni, researchers, students, faculty and staff are working in and with Arctic and Northern communities. PLUS: Q&A with Dr. Keith Chaulk, director, Memorial’s Labrador Institute AND Students on Ice – an Arctic expedition seen through the lens of alumnus Justin Dearing.

Winter 2014 - Vol. 36 No. 2

Memorial’s entrepreneurs make waves at home and around the globe by turning obstacles into opportunities. PLUS: Excellence X 2 – a double feature profiles the remarkable Alumni Tribute Award recipients from 2012 and 2013.

Winter 2013 - Vol. 36 No. 1

Dr. Susan Dyer Knight is named Memorial’s new chancellor. PLUS: A special feature highlighting havin’ a time: Reunion 2012 – our first-ever all-years, all-faculties, all-campuses reunion.

Spring 2012 - Vol. 35 No. 3

Dare To: The Campaign for Memorial University is the largest fundraising campaign in Memorial’s history and dares to reach new heights in the pursuit of a goal that defines this university – making a difference in the lives of people and their communities. PLUS: Q&A with Memorial’s chancellor – a conversation with General Rick Hillier (Ret’d).

Winter 2012 - Vol. 35 No. 2

Connecting the dots between Memorial’s Department of Folklore and a growing food security movement demonstrates the value of getting back to our roots. PLUS: Q&A with Dr. Gary Kachanoski, Memorial’s president and vice-chancellor AND a trip to the moon makes a stop in Labrador.

Spring 2011 - Vol. 35 No. 1

2,700 scientists, 80 countries, 9,000 days at sea, 30 million observations – Memorial takes a lead role in a historic census of marine life. PLUS: Meet the amazing recipients of the 2010 Alumni Tribute Awards.

Fall 2010 - Vol. 34 No. 3

Leading an international celebration of traditional music and dance AND learning from the sound of snow on the ocean. PLUS: Memorial on Parade reunion close-up AND Bill Rompkey reflects on the found generation.

Summer 2010 - Vol. 34 No. 2

Parade Street Reunion: Some of Canada’s best writers celebrate the spirit of the Memorial on Parade campus with works of original fiction and non-fiction inspired by their tenure as writers-in-residence at Memorial University of Newfoundland.