Mapping March 2018 in Photos

If March 2018 were to be summed up in one word, it would have to be "passion" - from Pride Week to World Anti-Racism Day to a special Skype…

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If March 2018 were to be summed up in one word, it would have to be "passion" - from Pride Week to World Anti-Racism Day to a special Skype appearance by Edward Snowden to national championships, the U of A community put their passion for their beliefs on full display.

Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostVisiting Irish language scholar Cormac Ó Feinneadha and MLCS Chair Carrie Smith.Image for PostMarch 21 was World Anti-Racism Day, which Augustana Students' Association VP of Communications Hannan Mohamud celebrated with a poster campaign, featuring photos of Augustana students and their thoughts and contemplations on race. | Photo credit: Tia Lalani.Image for PostOn March 16, working with Elders and friends from Maskwacis, Augustana welcomed 1,000+ people on campus for our Round Dance and associated pipe ceremony and feast to help us celebrate 10 years of Indigenous student services on our campus! Photo credit: Arlyss Stewart.Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostJoseph Doucet interviews Nancy Southern, the 2018 recipient of the Alberta School of Business' Canadian Business Leader Award.Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostOn March 27, the Lougheed Centre at Augustana and CCIS on North campus hosted a live-streamed lecture with Edward Snowden. The NSA whistleblower urged audience members to fight for their rights to privacy at a time where state and corporate surveillance continue unchecked. Photo credits: Arlyss Stewart; Peter Haggard; Lauren Sigvaldason.Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostMembers of the U of A community came together to talk about what legal cannabis might mean for our campuses.Image for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostImage for PostThe Faculty of Education came together for their 2018 teaching and research awards celebration. | Photo Credit: Laura Sou.Image for PostMembers of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences chat with Health Minister, Sarah Hoffman during her March 28 visit.