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For Pride Month, we will be featuring members of the Bishop’s family from the LGBTQIA2+ community, individuals who have left their mark on a world that too often tries to silence them. Noni Howard (’71) was a lesbian poet, teacher, writer, publisher, and therapist who graduated from Bishop’s with two B.A.s, one in English Literature,...
As an historic institution, Bishop’s is rich in written and photographic records that offer a window into earlier years. But it’s in speaking to former students and faculty that the B.U. of yesteryear can really come alive. “There are changes, of course. There are new buildings and improvements, yes, but the feeling? The feeling is...
Myriam Roy ’20 studied Applied Psychology at Bishop’s. In 2018, she was a recipient of the B.E.S.T. (Bishop’s Exceptional Student Talent) Project Fund, an award for students who display potential for significant achievement and impact after graduation. The Gatineau native is a dedicated volunteer and spoke with the Advancement Office in February about her B.E.S.T...
Unsurprisingly, students are a high-risk group when it comes to mental health issues. They live with constant deadlines, the fear of disappointing grades and a volume of work that can become overwhelming – all before the demands of social and extracurricular life. Multiple studies have found a strong link between heavy social media use and...
Bishop’s University graduates lead in every walk of life. During the 2019 Class of the Top 10 After 10 induction ceremony in November, we honoured ten accomplished graduates from the Classes of 1998 to 2008. From left: (front) Eric Bergeron ’99, Eric Cormier ’02, Ann-Marie Chacko ’02, Amy Keirstead ’00, Serge Chalhoub ’98; (back) Greg...
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