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Rob on a summer internship at the Edmonton Journal/Sun in May 2017. In 2008, when Rob Csernyik graduated from Bishop’s, he did not plan to be a respected journalist sitting in Australia on a Zoom call with his alma mater fifteen years later.  As a Bishop’s student, Rob contributed articles to The Campus and hosted...
Montreal-based musician Jean-Sébastien Baciu talks about his experiences at Bishop’s and about working in Québec’s music industry.   Originally from Montreal, Jean-Sébastien became very passionate about music at a young age. By the time he was 12 years old, he could play the bass and read music, which surprised his high school music teachers who expected him to play the flute. Although he played baseball and...
June 21st marks National Indigenous Peoples Day here in Canada. To commemorate the important day, we are featuring Shawna Chatterton-Jerome (’21), and Cassey Perley, both of whom have already had, and continue to have, a lasting impact on the Bishop’s community and future generations of Indigenous students. Shawna Chatterton-Jerome (’21) It was only once she...
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,...

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