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Class of 2024 honoured at Last Lecture
The tenth annual Last Lecture, recognizing graduating students for their contributions to the Mount Allison and Tantramar communities, was held on March 26.
Uniting our Mountie Family
Embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion through Alumni Board networks and initiatives
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, classes cancelled Sept. 29
Every year, the University embarks on a week of reflection around Truth and Reconciliation leading up to Sept. 30.
Workshop on the legacy of the Marshall Decisions to be hosted at Mount Allison University
Mount Allison's Department of Politics and International Relations will host a regional workshop entitled Rough Waters: The Legacy of the Marshall Decisions on April 14-15, 2023 on the University’s campus.
Mount Allison marks Truth and Reconciliation Week – Sept. 26-30
University to be closed for day of reflection, Sept. 30
Meet Amber Solomon: Mount Allison Student Food Bank Coordinator 
On-campus student food bank seeking donations in preparation for the upcoming school year 
2022 graduate Annie Martel receives national award from RBC
RBC Future Launch Scholarship for Indigenous Youth Award will help fund master’s studies
Returning home
Mount Allison University, Membertou partner to bring historic Indigenous artifacts home
New traditions
Kente and Mi’kmaw graduation stoles worn by students for first time at 2022 Convocation
Dr. Karl Hele receives Mount Allison’s 2022 Paul Paré Medal 

Hele has played leading role in establishing the University’s new minor, certificates in Indigenous Studies