New athletics website launched — M ount Allison’s department of athletics and recreation started the fall season with the launch of a new website — The website is the new home for all news and information when it comes to Mounties varsity teams, club sports, intramurals, fitness programs, and athletic facilities. Mount Allison’s new site follows the same format as Atlantic University Sport (AUS) and Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) leagues, resulting in more timely results and more complete statistical information on players and teams. It also includes links to website streams, allowing Allisonians to follow Mountie games anywhere. Sandy MacIver (’74) returns to campus D r. Kenneth A. (Sandy) MacIver, Mount Allison’s 34th Rhodes Scholar, returned to campus this fall as the new director of the Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies. Victoria and a doctorate of education from the University of British Columbia. MacIver has produced a number of working papers on the subject of organizational trust and has been involved in graduate thesis supervision. Much of his scholarly engagement centres on experiential learning with client groups. A civic-minded individual, MacIver has been involved with the Victoria Hospital Foundation for more than a decade, and previously he was involved in the Canadian Association for Community Living. MacIver has taught at the University of Victoria, Royal Roads University, and Camosun College. He worked in higher education policy units in two provincial governments and has more than two decades of success as a business owner and consultant working with a variety of businesses and non-profit organizations. In addition to his Mount Allison degree, MacIver also holds a Master’s in public administration from the University of /7