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When passion meets purpose
New Director of Development Marcie Meekins (’12) on the joy and impact of fundraising
Expanding support for first-gen students
How our community is creating programming, scholarships, and awards for students first in their family to attend university
Exploring the universe
Mount Allison’s observatory getting upgrade thanks to Walker Wood Foundation, long-time supporter of education and student success
Paying it forward to future generations
New class gifts from the Classes of '70 & '71 promise life-changing support for students
PPE student Sadie Shelly is the recipient of a prestigious McKenna School Scholarship
Awards program is making a big difference for students at the Frank McKenna School of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
Mount Allison students get head start as researchers 
Michael Nolan (’22) shares how the Frank McKenna School of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics prepared him for graduate school
Mount Allison receives transformative $36 million in federal and provincial investments
Funding to support infrastructure retrofits and innovative programming in the University’s Ralph Pickard Bell Library and Archives
Mount Allison donors support vital student internships 

Experiential learning opportunities for students continue to grow
Estate of Alice Adams donates more than $1 million to History
Gift honours the legacy of two longtime MtA community members — Alice Adams and Dr. Graham Adams Jr.
Big impact in Canada’s fine arts community
The Lassonde Internship Program is delivering life-changing experiences to students and enabling partnerships with premier Canadian arts institutions
Mount Allison welcomes Missy Mazzoli as fourth annual Bragg Artist-in-Residence
Grammy-nominated composer will collaborate with students, faculty, present public recital
Music enthusiast donates harpsichord to Mount Allison University 

Instrument will provide new opportunities for Music students, premiere at Sept. 25 recital in Brunton Auditorium 
Next generation learning spaces
Donors are helping build modern and forward-looking classrooms