December 12, 2014
It was an intriguing idea: choose one grad from each year since the University of Alberta started awarding degrees. The result was a story big enough to fill a century.
Every day, Susan Smith makes a difference in the lives of the people around her. It’s important that she, and grads like her, are celebrated.
Christine Mhina empowers women to find their own solutions to problems in their communities.
Joel Cohen,’88 BSc, tells us how he transformed a biology degree into a successful career writing for one of the world's most beloved TV shows, The Simpsons.
George Robertson has been learning for more than a century, even releasing a gaming app at the age of 97. He has much to teach us about not being afraid of new challenges.
University is a microcosm for life — and life isn’t always conventional.
Meet three alumni who are helping plan Green & Glow Winterfest, Jan. 29-31, to celebrate the Alumni Association's 100th birthday.
The co-founder of BioWare left a storied video game career to start fresh. Really fresh — with wheat and barley and hops.