news stories for the Mount Allison community. On
the academic front, we celebrated our 52nd Rhodes
Scholar -- Kylie de Chastelain ('14), our record
Our football team (CIS Uteck Bowl) and women's hockey team
(AUS finals) had fabulous seasons, and we received an incredible
gift of a complete set of Colville prints. Reunion Weekend con-
tinues to offer surprises, and Convocation celebrated the Class of
'14 and the addition of three stellar Canadians as honorary grad-
uands: Rt. Hon. Paul Martin, retired general John de Chastelain,
and our very own alumna, artist Dawn MacNutt ('57).
three other undergraduate universities -- Acadia, Bishop's,
and St. Francis Xavier -- to form the `U4 League'. The `U4' is
exploring ways to collaborate on teaching, research and joint
courses, programs and exchanges, as well as communicating
nationally the benefits of a residential, liberal arts education.
We look forward to evolving this exciting partnership.
that we will celebrate a `Year of Culture and Creativity' with
many activities, including the opening of the Purdy Crawford
Centre for the Arts on Oct. 3. This extraordinary $30-million
facility will enhance our national reputation in fine and
current term as University President and Vice-Chancellor through
to 2018. Their ongoing trust and confidence validates the direction
of Mount Allison, while acknowledging that our strength lies in the
contributions of our entire community -- students, faculty, staff,
donors, alumni, and parents. We are all part of a great community.
Mount Allison University
Magazine, being named one of the region's Top 50 CEOs for a third time.
Michael Goldbloom (Bishop's), and Robert Campbell (Mount
Allison) at the launch of the U4 League in 2013.