Feature stories

Feature story, Canada's Federal Court of Appeal

All Rise

The paths of three Allisonians converge at Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal

Tammy Wilson

On the path to planning

Tammy Wilson (’93) spends career leading communities on Nova Scotia’s iconic South Shore

Blair Lawrence and Diane Ross

The love of language

Blair Lawrence (’80) and Diane Ross (’80) spend careers sharing their passion for French


Class Notes cover

Class Notes
1950s-2010s Class Notes
Find out what your classmates and friends are up to

Dr. Karen Crosby, biology professor

Research and Creative
An appetite for research
Biology professor Dr. Karen Crosby (’04) examines the links between stress, appetite, and our brains

Eli Wood

Assisting with anxiety
Mount Allison student Eli Wood (’22) honoured with 2018 Discovery Youth Award

In Memoriam

In Memoriam
Departed Allisonians
Compiled from information sent to University Advancement from Sept. 16, 2018-Jan. 15, 2019

Mount Allison's first Hackathon

Campus Beat
First Hackathon hosted by Mount Allison
Computer Science conference welcomed students, alumni back to campus

Cheryl Bell, Alumni Board

Board Notes
Many reasons to stay in touch
Staying connected to Allisonians around the world

Katherine Reiss

Meet Katherine ― Mount Allison's 55th Rhodes Scholar
Honours chemistry student heading to University of Oxford to pursue Master's

Mount Allison celebrates the JEA Crake Foundation

Campus Beat
Mount Allison celebrates the JEA Crake Foundation
Students, faculty in humanities share experiences made possible with Foundation's support

Aurore Bourque (far right, in white) with Pope Pius XII at the Vatican in Rome, Italy.

Allisonian Archives
Mount Allison's patrimoine acadien
Archival intern unearths history of Acadians at Mount Allison

Atlantic Throwdown

A Focus on Giving
On the case
Commerce case competitions revitalized at Mount Allison

Rob Hiscock, director of marketing and communications

The Last Word
Reflecting on the Record, and the alumni website
The Alumni Engagement office seeks your thoughts on our online publications