A Fine February in Photos

From the coming and going of the Olympic, to the dawn of the Lunar New Year, to a powerful march for the missing, here's a look back at…

From the coming and going of the Olympic, to the dawn of the Lunar New Year, to a powerful march for the missing, here's a look back at February 2018:

Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostThe Memorial March for Indigenous Women was held on February 14 in solidarity with cities across the nation and organized with the University of Alberta's Native Studies Student Association, Aboriginal Student Council, and MacEwan University's kihêw waciston Indigenous Centre. | Images courtesy of Dhakshayini BoopalanImage for PostImage for PostThe Alumni Association held Hot Chocolate Days at both North Campus and Augustana. Alumni volunteers gave out free hot chocolate (with all the toppings) to students. They will also be at Campus Saint Jean in a couple weeks!Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostA Ribbon Skirt Making and Teachings workshop was run by the Indigenous Women and Youth Resilience Project at the Faculty of Native Studies on February 10 and 11. Cultural knowledge keepers Roxanne Tootoosis and Pauline Paulson taught the process of making ribbon skirts, as well as their cultural significance. | Images courtesy of Jordan CookImage for Post'Looking for Inspiration' - from the gardens at Campus Saint Jean on a very cold February day. | Image courtesy of Elisabet IngibergssonImage for PostImage for PostAugustana formally welcomed two new Stewart Steinhauer sculptures to campus, "Mother Bear Prays for Earth Healing" and "Old Broken Number One", with a ceremony led by Elder Mary Moonias.Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostGraduate students in the Department of Elementary Education hosted a Lunar New Year party: Yuanli Chen (pictured), Jing Jin, Qingna Jin, and Hongliang Fu. They celebrated with dumplings, tangyuan and many other tasty treats to ring in the Year of the Dog. | Images courtesy of Kateryna BarnesImage for PostImage for PostAugustana students warming up with some free hot chocolate, courtesy of the Alumni Office's hot chocolate jetpacks!Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostAn installation went up in Quad to bring attention to Canada's missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.Image for PostRachel Eddy performing at a preview event at the Sound Studies office as part of Winter Roots Roundup IX. | Image courtesy of Danielle DuganImage for PostDr. Salomé Voegelin performs essayistic fragments from her forthcoming book, The Political Possibility of Sound. | Image courtesy of Danielle DuganImage for PostUAlberta library Indigenous student intern Kayla Lar-Son providing snacks for the Making Meaning Symposium on Feb 8-9. | Image courtesy of Tanya Ball.