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MacEwan in the news: September 12 to 24, 2017

Submitted by on 2017/09/27 – 8:30 am

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Edmonton Journal
Edmonton Sun
Metro

University of Alberta, MacEwan and NAIT share in increased mental health funding
Stephanie Nedoshytko, president of the Students’ Association of MacEwan University, said investing in adequate, accessible mental health supports is crucial for campuses.

Calgary Herald
Braid: Flames walkaway is just the start of arena story
Public institutions, including the University of Alberta and MacEwan University, are more assured and aggressive.

Edmonton Journal
Edmonton Sun
Oilers rookies shutout by NAIT and MacEwan All-stars
Oilers rookies pound away with 49 shots at NAIT and MacEwan team but fall 2-0 at Rogers Place

Edmonton Journal
Edmonton Sun

MacEwan University report into $11.8-million loss delivered to government
University spokesman David Beharry said board of governors chairwoman Ione Challborn signed off on the report Thursday and that it has been submitted to the advanced education department.

Edmonton Journal
Gigantic 2017/18 theatre season kicks off in Edmonton with New York glam and down-home tales
MacEwan’s musical theatre season starts Nov. 22 with Sister Act, directed by Jim Guedo, followed by Love and Information (directed by Dave Horak with set design by Megan Koshka).

Edmonton Examiner
Campus Chronicle: Hockey teams send message with pre-season victory
MacEwan-NAIT all-star Jarid Hauptman celebrates his game-winning goal with teammates Jake Mykitiuk and Ryan Benn.

National Post
This is why most teachers need Indigenous coaches
This article by Dr. Emily Milne, sociology, was re-published in the National Post.

Metro
‘We’re not special’: Researcher points to web of factors as city homicide rate rises
Dr. Sandy Jung, an associate professor of psychology, was interviewed about Edmonton’s murder rate.

Edmonton Journal
Edmonton has Canada’s highest big city homicide rate: How the city’s violent year stacks up
Irfan Chaudhry, a criminology lecturer at MacEwan University who reviewed the Journal’s numbers, said
Edmonton’s demographics drive its homicide rate.

Edmonton Journal
MacEwan University’s vice-president of finance leaves position

CBC
Hockey player from Yellowknife hits the ice against Edmonton Oilers rookies tonight
Jacob Schofield, who plays hockey for MacEwan University, is part of an all-star team that includes players from MacEwan and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

The Conversation
This is why most teachers need Indigenous coaches
Dr. Emily Milne’s sociology research into Indigenous education is featured in her article.

 

TV

Global TV
Dr. Chaldeans Mensah, political science, was interviewed about the municipal election.
This clip is not available.

Global TV
Brittany Costa, women’s soccer, was interviewed by Global TV after she scored the winning goal to beat the U of A Pandas.
This clip is unavailable.

CBC
Edmonton’s 36 homicides in 2017 not enough to call a trend, experts say
“I can almost guarantee that this is not a trend,” said Sandy Jung, associate professor of psychology.

 

Radio

CBC
Jeff Moggach, massage therapy, was interviewed about what questions a client should ask a potential massage
therapist.
This clip is not available.