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Minds We Meet—Megha Shah

The Voice Magazine recently had a chance to chat with Megha Shah (she/her), a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics student from Edmonton, Alberta, who also plans to take Finance courses.  She stated, “After I graduate, I want to work for a finance company or in another math related field.” On a personal note, Megha… Read more »

AU-Thentic Events

Library Chat Tues, May 21, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm MDT Online Hosted by AU Library www.athabascau.ca/library/index.html No pre-registration needed; access through chat box on home page Library Chat Thur, May 23, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm MDT Online Hosted by AU Library www.athabascau.ca/library/index.html No pre-registration needed; access through chat box on home page Looking… Read more »

Fly on the Wall—Poetry in Motion

A memorable childhood moment from the 1980’s was Rick Hansen’s Man in Motion wheelchair tour across Canada.   In glowing terms my kindergarten teacher explained to us that anytime Hansen felt the urge he could wheel himself up to the drive-thru window of a local McDonalds.  Whipping out a special card designed for the purpose, while… Read more »

Must-Try Dishes at Korean Restaurants

Korean cuisine is renowned for its bold flavors, appetizing colors, and diverse array of ingredients.  I personally love the variety of side dishes I get with each Korean meal, from kimchi to bean sprouts.  Here are a few of my favorites on the menu, things that you should try on your next journey to a… Read more »

The Race to Become Green

When it comes to the topic of pollution and climate, many people are unfamiliar with what lies behind many of the more attention-grabbing statements.  Whether it is reading headlines or listening to talking points, those statements often get repeated by others, over and over again, despite that a few sentences have never been sufficient at… Read more »

AU-Thentic Events

Library Chat Tues, May 14, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm MDT Online Hosted by AU Library www.athabascau.ca/library/index.html No pre-registration needed; access through chat box on home page MBA Application Webinar Wed, May 15, 10:00 to 11:00 am MDT Online Hosted by AU Faculty of Business www.athabascau.ca/news/events/online-mba-application-webinar-20240515 RSVP through above link CIDER Session State of the… Read more »

SMART Realistic Goals to Impossible Ones

I believe in setting big, impossible goals, as I’ve learned that what seems impossible—like having extreme anxiety—can be cured, such that we forget what anxiety feels like.  Similarly, we could be sick and unable to work, projecting two years left to live, but turn it around to where we are coached by an Olympian hopeful. … Read more »

Vintage Voice

With Mother’s Day almost upon us, we took the opportunity to sift through the many mentions of mothers in our archives. Gimme gimme gimme (a man after midnight).  Jason Sullivan contrasts the North American attitudes to women’s choices in sex and love with those of Sweden.  “In the education system, women are taught to fulfill… Read more »

Student Sizzle—AU Social Media

Facebook: Success story! A student spent four academic years undergoing difficult circumstances, related to financial, mental, and physical health, but received a letter indicating that all requirements for the 4-year BA, Major in Psychology with Distinction, have been fulfilled. This student has been accepted into the MA Applied Social Psychology program, encouraging all students experiencing struggles… Read more »