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The Voice

The Voice is the collective presence of the writers who submit on behalf of the magazine. All praise to them!

THIS Magazine – PRIZE FOR CREATIVE NON-FICTION 2003

ABOUT THE PRIZE This Magazine’s Prize for Creative Non-Fiction honours the brightest new voices in Canadian letters. Send us your work, and join This Magazine’s long tradition of publishing outstanding literary and creative non-fiction. We’re looking for personal and journalistic pieces with a strong voice, attention to narrative, experimental styles and, of course, compelling subject… Read more »

AU Profiles – Student: Angela Fergus

STUDENT: Angela Fergus What province and city/town do you live in? Just outside Saint John, New Brunswick (Nerepis). Do you have a family/ kids/ pets ? I have a wonderful husband, 2 children (a son aged 13 and a daughter aged 11), three cats, a hamster and lots of fish. What are your hobbies /… Read more »

COMMUNITY NETWORKS GROUP

Fireweed Institute Spring 2003 Workshops Information & Registration: 492-3116 / 492-7237 e-mail: info@fireweedinstitute.org www.fireweedinstitute.org 1. SPIRITUALITIES: RETRIEVING FRAGMENTS FOR LIVING This one-day workshop gives participants a brief history of key spiritual traditions – East and West, old and new. Often, there are fragments of wisdom from each of these traditions that speak to us. This… Read more »

X-PRESS

CUTTING-EDGE UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK DEGREE FEATURES CONSTANTLY CHANGING CURRICULUM UNB Press Release Students with an interest in multimedia may be excited to learn that the faculty of arts at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton has a program in Multimedia Studies. Designed to prepare students to work and live in a world of… Read more »

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Sadly, we have no letters to the editor this week. I’ve been concerned about this – and the general lack of reader response lately – but I have decided that this as a challenge! As your new editor, the challenge is mine to meet. The notice from AUSU last week told you all a little… Read more »

ATTENTION: Psychology Students

Every Monday from 9:30 – 10:30 AM MST and Wednesday from 7-8 PM MST the Athabasca University Psychology Students’ Society gets together to chat about issues pertaining to the world of psychology at AU. Go to http://www.ausu.org/psychology/ and log on the discussion forum link, from there click on Psychology at the top written in blue… Read more »

Scholarship News

GO CANADA! NATIONAL ESSAY COMPETITION Value: $5000 APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 14, 2003 Administrator: University of Toronto JD/MBA Students’ Association Notes: Open to full time undergraduate students enrolled in a non-professional faculty of a Canadian university or cégep in the 2002/2003 school year. Must write an essay: “What steps should Canada take to improve its competitiveness… Read more »

AU NEWS: UARCTIC GOES ONLINE – Contributed by The Insider

Building upon the success of last year’s pilot of the introductory course of the Bachelor of Circumpolar Studies program, the University of the Arctic (UArctic) has begun both web-based and classroom delivery of Contemporary Issues in the Circumpolar World. A recap from the UArctic news release provides details: Twenty-five students at eight sites around the… Read more »

News From AU – Conference Connections

CONTRIBUTED BY AU’S THE INSIDER · CASE District VIII – March 8-11, 2003 – Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – “Connect in Coeur d’Alene.” Details: http://www.connectincda.com · AMTEC (Association of Media & Technology in Education in Canada) -“E-convergence: Education, Media & Technology” – May 25-28, 2003, Montreal, Quebec. Call For Papers deadline is Dec. 15, 2002. Details:… Read more »