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MacEwan in the news: July 17 to 31, 2017

Submitted by on 2017/08/02 – 8:30 am

Print/Online

Edmonton Examiner
Bram Stephen leaves MacEwan Griffins to take over Spruce Grove Saints

Edmonton Examiner
MacEwan profs seek representation on exclusionary board
Hard feelings after a vote affecting their pay has led MacEwan sessional instructors to petition for more of their number on the faculty association’s board.

Edmonton Journal
Fans of Japanese pop culture to gather at 24th Edmonton Animethon
Each year, the event, held at MacEwan University, attracts thousands of anime and manga devotees.

National Post
Shanty towns and meatpacking: Dig to reveal Mill Creek ravine’s hidden past
Dr. Katie Biittner’s archaeological dig with students in Mill Creek is featured.

Edmonton Examiner
Mike Ringrose named MacEwan Griffins hockey coach
MacEwan announced the hiring of former Saints coach Mike Ringrose as the Griffins’ temporary head coach.

TeleFilm Canada
Dr. Anna Pienkowski, Physical Sciences, was filmed as part of the documentary film Breaking Ice. The film is set to be released this winter by TeleFim Canada and features Anna’s research mapping the Arctic Ocean’s floor.
To view the promotional trailer, open the link and click on the video link at the top of the screen.

TV

Global TV
Dr. Katie Biittner, anthropology lab instructor, was interviewed about the archaeological dig in Mill Creek. Global TV was there for the public event on July 29.
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Radio

630CHED
Dr. Lidio Cardenas, anthropology, was interviewed about his research about Chicha beer production in Peru.
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