MacEwan in the news: April 3-15
Faculty in the News
CTV – Dr. Junaid Jahangir, economics, was interviewed about a viral anti-Muslim campaign.
CTV – Dr. Chaldeans Mensah, political science, was interviewed about the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
Vue Weekly – Anti-Western doesn’t always mean compassionate. Dr. Junaid Jahangir is now a guest columnist for Vue Weekly.
Huffington Post – Dr. Junaid Jahangir submitted an op/ed feature about the opposition to gay/straight alliances in Alberta.
Arts and Culture in the News
Edmonton Journal – Popular music program offers four end-of-year concerts.
General Stories in the News
Edmonton Journal, National Post, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, CBC, CTV, Global TV, 630CHED – MacEwan University recovers $10.9 million lost to scammers.
Edmonton Star – Edmonton’s MacEwan University launches new peer program on sexual violence.
Edmonton Journal – NDP says new salary rule for university brass will save $5 million per year.
CBC – Roxanne Runyon, sexual violence prevention and education coordinator, was interviewed about the MAVEN program.
Griffins in the News
Camrose Canadian – A profile of Ryan Hartman and Nic Correale, who will play for the Griffins men’s hockey team.