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VIDEO: A tribute to the memory of Dr. Lloyd Barber

The fifth episode of Centennial Moments is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Lloyd Barber. Centennial Moments, hosted by Dr. James Pitsula, celebrates 100 years of excellence by looking back on some Continue Reading

VIDEO: The Trial of Louis Riel

In the above video Wilfred Gayleard talks about performing in Rielco Productions’ play “The Trial of Louis Riel”.  This year’s tour marked the 125th anniversary of the 1885 Northwest Continue Reading

Larose shares his story of abuse, incarceration and redemption

Larose shares his story of abuse, incarceration and redemption

Jim Larose was born into a family of ten with two alcoholic parents in Regina. Larose, now a volunteer for Carmichael Outreach, shares his story of abuse, incarceration, redemption and personal Continue Reading

VIDEO: Global Showcase – Latin Dance

Global Showcase is an annual event co-hosted by UR International.  The event featured food, entertainment and an opportunity for all members of campus, new and returning, to enjoy and Continue Reading

The Salt Lake Loonie & Other Stories Every Sports Fan Should Know

Submitted by Deborah Rush Sales & Marketing Manager CPRC Press Article by: Brett Matlock (Alumnus, BA ’07 – Campion College) Jesse Matlock (Alumnus, BA ’11 – Campion Continue Reading

University of Regina Welcome Week flash mob

Fall Orientation/Welcome Week 2011 saw the University of Regina’s Centennial class welcomed to campus with a flash mob. Want more? Check out the Welcome Week website for a full list of Continue Reading

Fruit For Thought: Holy Apples Batman!

Fruit For Thought: Holy Apples Batman!

Submitted by: Sarah Sangster Fruit For Thought Volunteer How did this all begin? I’m going to have to go back, way back, to winter semester 2011. I took a class, a fabulous class called Continue Reading

Articulate Ink to throw save the press party

In the above video Buzzcity.ca interviews members of Articulate Ink print collective about their plan to restore a Chandler and Price platen press from 1919. The collective is comprised of four Continue Reading

Saskatchewan’s Visual Arts: Post 1950

Saskatchewan’s Visual Arts: Post 1950

By Amanda Damsma Digital assistant, Archives and Special Collections I moved to Regina in the fall of 2009 to pursue an MFA in print media. Coming from Southern Ontario my friends and family were Continue Reading

Meet First Nations University of Canada’s next president

In the above video the new president of the First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) Doyle Anderson introduces himself and shares his thoughts about the future of FNUniv. The interview was Continue Reading

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