Honorary degree recipient Alanna Mitchell reflects on the path that led her from simple prairie beginnings to becoming one of the world’s foremost writers on environmental issues. She also ponders the future of a planet in ecological turmoil.
In this, the University’s centennial year, historian James Pitsula retraces the historical roots of the University of Regina. Pitsula is the author of three books on U of R history and is working on a fourth.
It’s not as if all the people involved in a new Saskatchewan art website are graduates of the University of Regina – it just seems that way. It’s as if ARTSask.ca was a University of Regina family affair.
Honorary degree recipient Paul Hill and the company he heads has a substantial impact on the Regina and provincial economies. Equally important to Hill is the success of the causes that are dear to his heart.