Glen Anaquod Memorial Tipi Raising Competition 2022 edition

By University Advancement and Communications Posted: September 28, 2022 1:00 p.m.

The 2022 Glen Anaquod Memorial Tipi Raising Competition was held on the Dr. Lloyd Barber Academic Green.
The 2022 Glen Anaquod Memorial Tipi Raising Competition was held on the Dr. Lloyd Barber Academic Green. University Advancement and Communications

The annual Glen Anaquod Memorial Tipi Raising Competition hosted by the University of Regina ta-tawâw Student Centre, was once again held in-person from on Friday, September 23, after being held virtually during the last two years due to COVID-19.

The competition was open to four categories and there were 38 teams were registered for the event.

This year’s winners in the respective categories are:

  • Campus – teams consist of four members (one of whom must be a University student). Winning team: Student Success Centre.
  • Community – teams consisting of four members. Winning team: The Sixers.
  • High school – all four team members must be high school students. Winning team: CRP Team 1.
  • Women – all four members must self-identify as a woman. Winning team: Mental Health Warriors.
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Teams getting set to start raising the tipis.  Credit: University Advancement and Communications.

 

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The competition begins.  Credit: University Advancement and Communications.

  

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Tying the first two poles. Credit: University Advancement and Communications. 

 

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Standing the first two poles. Credit: University Advancement and Communications.

  

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Third pole added and poles spread to form tipi structure. Credit: University Advancement and Communications.

 

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Adding and tying the other poles. Credit: University Advancement and Communications.

 

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Raising the tarp. Credit: University Advancement and Communications. 

 

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Spreading the tarp. Credit: University Advancement and Communications. 

 

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Closing the tarp.  Credit: University Advancement and Communications.

 

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Tipis at various stages of being raised. Credit: University Advancement and Communications. 

 

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A happy team with their completed tipi! Credit: University Advancement and Communications.

 

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