Feature stories

Ella and Jo-Ann Roberts, 2019 Alumni Award Winners

Meet the 2019 Alumni Award Winners

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

Howard Wetston

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: A desire to make a difference

Senator Howard Wetston ('69) leaves a legacy of progress wherever he goes

Adam Young

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Island life

Artist Adam Young’s (’03) unique style inspired by Fogo Island, Newfoundland

John Gunn and Gretchen Lescord

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Living with lakes

Gretchen Lescord (’09) and Dr. John Gunn (’73) join forces in environmental research around Canada’s Nickel Belt

Andy Hay

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: MasterChef — Allisonian Style

Andy Hay's (’08) East Coast Kitchen celebrates regional cuisine

Sacramento Kings practice facility

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Seeing things crystal clear

Doug and Michelle Milburn’s business endeavours bring unique technology to Cape Breton’s manufacturing sector

Class of 1969

Reunion Classes

Celebrating decades of milestones

Regulars

Ralph Sharpe

Allisonian Archives
‘We can sing, but we do not’
Allisonians at War series wraps up after five years

Class Notes cover

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

2019 Grad Award Recipients

Campus Beat
2019 Grad Awards
Class of 2019 recognized during fifth annual Last Lecture

2019 Honorary Degree Recipients, Mount Allison University

Campus Beat
Convocation Ceremonies
Six individuals were recognized with honorary degrees during the 2019 Convocation ceremonies

In Memoriam

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

Charlie Scott ('83)

Board Notes
Keeping connections
Past President of the Alumni Board Charlie Scott

Caley Webster

#MountiePride
Learning as she goes
Caley Webster ('19) returns to Mount Allison to finish degree a decade later

Jol and Maura Hunter

A Focus on Giving
Legacy Giving
The potential for a positive impact on many

English professor Janine Rogers with students

Research and Creative
Opening new doors
Mount Allison researcher helps museums reach out to low literacy learners, newcomers

Krista Steeves

The Last Word
Students at the Centre
New Experiential Learning and Career Development Office at Mount Allison