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Media Scan: January 28 – February 3, 2019

Submitted by on 2019/02/06 – 8:25 am

Faculty in the News

CTV – Dr. Chaldeans Mensah, political science, was interviewed ‘half-truths’ in political messaging.

CTV – Notley name front and centre in NDP campaign – Dr. Chaldeans Mensah commented on the party’s strategy

CBC – Dr. Alissa Overend, sociology, was interviewed about her food research and the Canada Food Guide. This clip is not available

General Stories in the News

St. Albert Gazette – Horne won’t seek re-election – Trevor Horne has three courses left to complete his degree at MacEwan.

Global TV – Family Literacy Carnival aims to spark love of literacy Event coordinator Justine Dogbe was interviewed.

CTV – Family Literacy Carnival held at MacEwan University. This clip is not available

CBC – Food delivery service at MacEwan University satisfies campus cravings. A feature on StudentsEat, founded by MacEwan students Saga Dasaur and Ismail Khalil.

Star Metro – Central McDougall faces makeover – MacEwan University is featured in this article.

Edmonton Journal – Artists plead to make the Orange Hub more affordable – The Orange Hub is the former west campus

Arts and Culture in the News

Edmonton Journal – Ten to Do: A Midsummer Night’s Dream is featured on this list.

St. Albert Gazette – A feature on high school student, Jessica Singleton, who will study music at MacEwan in the fall.

Griffins in the News

CBC – Nakehko Lamothe’s family confirmed he died of cardiac arrest.

City TV – ‘He truly cared about people’: MacEwan hockey player remembered as a role model

City TV – MacEwan players want to carry on legacy of Nakehko Lamothe

Edmonton Journal – MacEwan University Griffins remember Nakehko Lamothe as a great teammate

La Ronge Now – Ice Wolves to honour former player with moment of silence