The Faculty of Arts recently held its annual celebration to demonstrate and celebrate the accomplishments and achievements of colleagues and the important contributions of the Faculty to the life of Memorial University as a whole.
Canada’s North offers tremendous potential for development. But northern development often comes with significant social and environmental costs, particularly for Aboriginal communities. That’s just as true now as in 1948 when Giant Mine opened in Yellowknife.
Shannon Page is a fourth-year double major in English and classics at Memorial. She thinks it's time to re-evaluate what "practical" means and acknowledge that a university degree is not JUST a path to greater earning potential.
Violence usually tears people apart. But in the case of Memorial’s Faculty of Arts, it’s bringing people together.
ARTS on Violence is the first in what is hoped to be an annual, faculty-wide initiative highlighting some of the exciting research being done by faculty members and graduate students in the Faculty of Arts.