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Mount Allison Fine Arts lecturer and technician and
renowned printmaker
Dan Steeves ('81)
first place in Toronto's Open Studio's seventh annual
National Printmaking Awards. The award-winning
piece I hope you have moments when you take heart
(2012) is from Steeves' The Memory of Pain, a collec-
tion of prints completed between 2009-2012. The
art chronicles the Steeves family's experience with
cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survival. While
in Toronto for the awards, Dan also met up with
Stephen Carey ('91)
, and Mary and
Kenneth Lund('51)
Robert Phillips ('82)
recently celebrated 20 years
as founding conductor of the Durham Philharmonic
Choir, based in Oshawa-Whitby, ON. The group has
three CDs to its credit, has commissioned several
works by Canadian composers, and regularly fea-
tures Maritime and Celtic repertoire in its program-
ming. Performances often include Music grads in
the orchestra.
Janice Wright Cheney ('83)
received the 2013
Lieutenant-Governor's Award for High Achieve-
ment in Visual Arts from artsNB. Past Crake Fellow
in Drama Jenny Munday also received the 2013
Lieutenant-Governor's Award for High Achieve-
ment in Performing Arts.
Andy Clark ('96)
recently published a book, Lawyer
Wellness Is NOT An Oxymoron, available on Amazon.
Andy is a lawyer, wellness entrepreneur, and founder
of Wellness Lawyer, based in Fredericton, NB.
Donald Moore ('96)
of Moncton has recently be-
come the President of the New Brunswick chapter of
the Project Management Institute. This is a volun-
teer position with over 1,000 members and friends
serving the needs of the project management com-
munity of New Brunswick. Don works as a project
manager for JD Irving Ltd. in Dieppe, NB.
Brian Harriman ('99)
was recently named presi-
dent and CEO of NB Liquor.
MUSE, an experimental exhibition, in collaboration
with the Banff Park Museum, the Whyte Museum,
and Fine Arts grads and NB artists
Janice Wright
Cheney ('83)
D'Arcy Wilson ('05)
, and
da Dawn Christie ('99)
opened this spring.
The exhibition was curated by Fine Arts professor
Anne Koval.
André Bernard ('00)
joined the medical staff
at the QEII Health Sciences Centre, department of
anesthesia, pain management, and perioperative
medicine in 2012. He was recently appointed as
an assistant professor in the faculty of medicine at
Dalhousie University and medical director, pre-an-
esthetic clinic, which sees him overseeing aspects of
perioperative care for surgical patients.
James Mosher ('03)
recently became a partner
with the law firm McInnes Cooper.
Several Allisonians were in Sochi for the 2014 Winter
Olympics and Paralympic Games.
Emily Baadsvik
attended as a spare for the women's bobsled
Caroline Lulham-Sharp ('86)
berley Amirault Ryan ('95)
were both on the Ca-
nadian Olympic Committee. Gold medalist Heather
Moyse, daughter of
Sharon ('67)
Cyril ('67)
also attended as a member of the women's
bobsled team. Many grads were working as journal-
ists, covering the Games onsite and at home includ-
ing: CBC's
Peter Mansbridge (LLD '99 and Uni-
versity Chancellor)
Ian Hanomansing ('83,
LLD '03)
Douglas Gelevan ('05)
Wolfe-Wylie ('07)
Erika Gilbert ('07)
Postmedia News; and
Robert Murray ('13)
worked as a Nordic Skiing freelance writer for the
International Paralympic Committee.
Gregory Santos ('04)
writes, "My wife,
(Stockman) Santos ('06)
and our three-year-old
daughter Rosemary welcomed our second child,
Arthur Humberto, into the family in June 2013! My
second book Rabbit Punch! was published by the
Montreal-based DC Books and launched at the Blue
Metropolis Montreal International Literary Festival
this spring.
Ann (Poole) Wade ('05)
and her husband Jeff
welcomed their first child, Lyla Juliet, on Halloween.
Her birth date is quite fitting considering Ann and
Jeff became engaged while celebrating Halloween
in 2007.
Ayesha Harji ('06)
writes, "A few of us meet on
a regular basis to share a meal in great company
and catch up! We reminisce about our Mount A
days, talk about how much we miss garlic fingers
from Joey's, and share updates about what we're
up to now. There is certainly a lot of laughter and
great stories at dinner every time! Photo caption
(bottom left, going clockwise):
Allison Sephton
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55 Bridge, Sackville, NB E4L 3N8
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we have had a special relationship
with the people of Mount Allison
University. We have welcomed
prospective students and parents;
celebrated graduations; hosted
reunions; and accommodated
alumni, visiting lecturers, honorees,
and board members. We are a
pre-Confederation Victorian home
with 18 rooms and a fine dining
room. We are a proud supporter of
Mount Allison.
"Why get a room,
when you can get a home?"