How to deal with post-nominals. A degree holder wonders how to express their degree after their name, when the degree’s acronym has a hyphenated extension, like BPA-HS. The consensus is to stick with just the main degree acronym (BPA.)
Served with a call to serve. A student worries that the jury-duty notice they just received may put a snarl in their study time. Responses suggest asking AU for an extension, or appealing to the student union for assistance, if needed.
@austudentsunion tweets: “Have you checked out AUSU’s #2SLGBTQIA @discord yet? It is intended to be a safe space for the community to find support, make friends, and chat about their experiences! For more info or to join visit https://bit.ly/3k3DR2n #igo2au.”
also from @austudentsunion: “Intake for AUSU’s fall Awards and Bursaries Program is now open! They are available to all AUSU members currently taking any AU undergraduate course! See https://bit.ly/1GlWJhi for details on each award and bursary. #Igotoau #athau #awardseason #bursaries.”
Beyond September 30. AU posts Maria Campbell and Terry Lust reflect on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Marie Campbell is AU’s Elder in Residence, and Terry Lust is a Métis Elder and AU honorary degree recipient.