MacEwan in the news: May 1-14
Faculty in the News
University Affairs – Harm reduction policies gain favour on campuses
Petra Shultz, Health and Community Studies, was interviewed about the opioid crisis on Canadian campuses.
Metro – Experts say woman who says “men weren’t Canadian” rightfully fired
Micheal Annett, assistant professor, human resource management was interviewed about this issue.
CTV – Colin Babiuk, public relations was interviewed about the racist rant in a Denny’s in Lethbridge This clip is not available
City TV – Irfan Chaudhry, Office of Human Rights, Diversity and Equity was interviewed about the racist rant in Denny’s This clip is not available
Arts and Culture in the News
Red Deer Advocate – RDC cuts music program, says it can’t compete with MacEwan University
General Stories in the News
CBC – Avoiding cultural appropriation in the digital age
Irfan Chaudhry, director, Office of Human Rights, was interviewed for this story about cultural appropriation.
MacLean’s Magazine – MacEwan University: Student tips for surviving life on campus
Griffins in the News
Camrose Canadian did a feature on Griffin Lorenz joining the men’s basketball program