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Shannon Colin

Fine & Applied Arts, Fun Stuff

Happy Holidays

Please enjoy a recording of “The Christmas Waltz” prepared by third-year Capilano University Musical Theatre students, under the direction of...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Jasleen and Maple

Jasleen Kaur is amazed the path she’s on now is so different from the one she anticipated when she studied film at Capilano University...
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Hot Topics

Pedestrian safety awareness

Capilano University employees participated in a distracted driving simulation on Tuesday, October 24, 2017. The road safety engagement exercise hosted...

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Hot Topics, How To, Student Life

On Oct. 19, get ready to ShakeOut

Capilano University is participating in the ShakeOut BC earthquake drill At 10:19 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19, get ready to DROP,...

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About Cap, Community Life, Hot Topics

Better together

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In the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, an historic agreement was signed between the shíshálh Nation and Capilano University, September...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

From stay-at-home mom to education assistant

“You’re never too old to go back to school,” says Carolynn Browton, a stay-at-home mom who enrolled in the Education...

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About Cap, Community Life, Fun Stuff, Student Life

This Week at Cap: Sept. 25–29

5 Things You Need To Know This Week at CapU! Fall is here! Take this week to connect with alumni, discuss environmental issues and...
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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

Making a difference as a care aide

“Everyone deserves respect and dignity,” says Joao Santos. A recent graduate of Capilano University’s Health Care Assistant (HCA) program on...

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About Cap, Community Life, Fun Stuff, Student Life

This Week at Cap: Sept. 18-24

7 Things You Need to Know This Week at CapU! It's a busy week featuring our Truth & Reconciliation events...
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Community Life, Fun Stuff, Student Life

Welcome to Capilano U

Whether you’re new to Capilano University or returning to continue your studies, welcome to Capilano U! We hope you’ve had...

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Cap in Photos, Community Life, Fun Stuff, Portfolio, Student Life

Cap in Photos: July-August 2017

Cap in Photos is a monthly retrospective of campus life. Each gallery will feature...
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Cap in Photos, Community Life, Fun Stuff, Portfolio, Student Life

Cap in Photos: June 2017

Cap in Photos is a monthly retrospective of campus events. Each gallery will feature...
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Alumni, Changemakers

The Honorable Steven Point: An advocate for Aboriginal people

The Honorable Steven Point, a provincial court judge, former lieutenant governor of B.C. and an advocate for Aboriginal rights...
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Alumni, Arts & Sciences, Changemakers

Amanda Vick is using her voice

Amanda Vick initially found it difficult as an Indigenous student at Capilano University. “I struggled with my identity as an...

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Alumni, Arts & Sciences, Changemakers

Rick Celebrini: from punk kid to PhD

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Rick Celebrini would have never imagined in 1985 when he began playing soccer and studying Arts & Sciences at Capilano...

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Alumni, Arts & Sciences, Business & Professional Studies, Changemakers

Selina August: A voice for her people

Selina August, a shíshálh Nation councillor, poses for a portrait after a round of negotiations as part of the Day...

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Alumni, Business & Professional Studies

David Goelst just can’t get enough

David Goelst graduated with a General Studies diploma from Capilano University on June 5, 2017 – at the age of...

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Alumni, Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development

Sherryl Sewepagaham understands the power of music

She’s sung for the Queen and the Dalai Lama and been nominated for a Juno Award. Sherryl Sewepagaham’s latest achievement...

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Alumni, Hot Topics, Student Life

Welcome graduands and families

Today and tomorrow we celebrate the achievements of the graduating class of 2017 at Convocation. We’re thrilled to welcome students back...

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Alumni, Changemakers, Fine & Applied Arts

Chris Van Dyck: Mentoring the next generation of filmmakers

As Vancouver’s film industry grows, so does the city’s reputation for producing outstanding digital visual effects. With more than 60...

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Cap in Photos, Community Life, Fun Stuff, Portfolio, Student Life

Cap in Photos: May 2017

Cap in Photos is a monthly retrospective of campus events. Each gallery will feature...
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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

Second-year CapU student has film at Cannes

The work of second-year School of Motion Picture Arts student Malibu Taetz will be showcased in the Short Film Corner at the Cannes Film Festival...
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Changemakers, Education, Health & Human Development

CapU students bake for change

For five Mondays this past term, students from Capilano University’s Education and Employment Access program raised funds for Indian families...

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Business & Professional Studies, Changemakers

Education in women’s prison supports positive social change

Every month, Capilano University School of Business instructor Leighan Crowe, drives the three-hour round trip from the North Shore to Abbotsford’s Fraser Valley Correctional Institute (FVI).
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Cap in Photos, Community Life, Fun Stuff, Portfolio, Student Life

Cap in Photos: April 2017

Cap in Photos is a monthly retrospective of campus events, published on the first Monday of each month...
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About Cap, Community Life, Fun Stuff

This Week at Cap: May 1-7

Exams are done — you did it! Celebrate by checking out the work of your peers and going to a Cap Jazz Series concert...
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Business & Professional Studies, Community Life, Student Life

Creating Connections introduces grads to local employers

Capilano University business grads are embracing their inner drive When Mariana Silveira made the decision to pursue a North American...

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About Cap, Community Life, Fun Stuff

This Week at Cap: Apr 24-30

It’s the final push! Check out showcase events, find out about programs and consign your books. Good luck on your...

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Alumni, Global & Community Studies

Climbing Aconcagua

gallery Hedieh Bagheri, a student in the School of Tourism Management, recently became the first Iranian woman to summit Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Americas...
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About Cap, Community Life, Fun Stuff

This Week at Cap: Apr 17-23

You’re busy with exams, but take some moments to relax and recuperate. Check out the ongoing de-stress events at the...

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