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Changemakers, Global & Community Studies, Sustainability

Project Change: Convenience too often trumps altruism

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Capilano tourism instructor, Joe Kelly is challenging himself to make one change a month for a year, starting with taking...

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Changemakers, Global & Community Studies

Change agents

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There’s an old African proverb that says: “If you think you’re too small to make a difference, try sleeping in...

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Global & Community Studies, Sustainability

The aliens among us

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It starts off slowly and innocently enough. A stray morning glory tendril here, a Himalayan blackberry bush there and then...

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Changemakers, Global & Community Studies, Student Life

Uncapped rail jam

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Winter came early this November when the library plaza at Cap’s North Van campus was taken over by local snowboarders...

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Applied Smarts, Global & Community Studies

Tourism in action

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From hurtling down a mountain on skis for the first time to getting a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the business...

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Applied Smarts, Global & Community Studies

Parks and recognition

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 Five hours to create a five-year plan for B.C. Parks. This was the task facing four Cap Tourism Management students...

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Changemakers, Global & Community Studies, Sustainability

Global boarders

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Realization of one’s privilege is lost on many, but not Tamo Campos. A former pro snowboarder, the Global Stewardship  student...

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Applied Smarts, Global & Community Studies

More than a handout

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Twenty-one-year-old Krissi Bucholtz started Capilano’s Global Stewardship program in the fall of 2008, confident that she wanted to do development work...

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Applied Smarts, Global & Community Studies

Cap’s view from the summit

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What do you need to know to survive at 1,800 metres in the Coast Mountains in October? Cap’s ‘classroom at...

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