Feature stories


Meet Our 2018 Alumni Award Winners

The Alumni Board recognized a few outstanding alumni for the valued contributions they make to their communities

Dr. Elizabeth Shouldice

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: A well-rounded career in medicine

Dr. Elizabeth Shouldice ('00) addresses opioid crisis in west-end Ottawa with new clinic

Mireille Eagan

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Creating a space to talk about art

Award-winning curator Mireille Eagan ('04) brings Atlantic art to the forefront

Reg Caughie

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Not your average bear

Reg Caughie ('61) inducted into Curling Canada Hall of Fame after 37-year stretch playing Brier Bear

Class of 1968

Reunion Classes

Celebrating decades of milestones during Reunion Weekend 2018


Class Notes cover

Class Notes
1920s-2000s class notes
Find out what your classmates and friends are up to

Jeff Ollerhead - Provost and Vice-President, Academic and Research

The Last Word
Celebrating the past and turning a new page
Mount Allison announces endowment of the Campbell-Verduyn Fund

Christy DeMont - Mount Allison Alumni Board Director

Board Notes
Change is in the air...
The Alumni Engagement Office and Board share updates from the governance committee and a revamp of the Record

Mount Allison Honorary Degree Recipients - Convocation May 2018

Campus Beat
Convocation 2018
Approximately 400 students join the Mount Allison alumni family

In Memoriam

In Memoriam
Departed Allisonians
Compiled from information sent to University Advancement from Jan. 16, 2018-May 15, 2018

2018 Mount Allison Grad Award Winners

Campus Beat
Grad Award Winners
Annual Grad Awards announced during Last Lecture

Musicians and performers including Mount Allison Music professors Vicki St. Pierre and Linda Pearse at a May rehearsal for ‘How Do We Listen?’

Research and Creative
Honouring Survivors
Music professor Linda Pearse’s collaborative project tells one family’s experience with residential schools

Ethel Ogden

Allisonian Archives
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Hidden treasure
Ladies' College student and Fine Arts teacher Ethel Ogden an unsung talent

Mount Allison Graduating Class Cane

Allisonian Archives
Passing it on
The story of the graduating class cane

Ashley Cummings, centre, accepts the 2018 Chris Metallic Prize for Indigenous Leadership at Mount Allison’s first powwow.

Toqolugwejig — Working Together
Mount Allison’s Indigenous Student Support Group leads University’s first powwow, celebrates permanent installation of the Mi’kmaq flag