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

Cap in Photos: 2017

Cap in Photos is a monthly retrospective of campus life. Each gallery features the work of CapU’s Communications & Marketing photographers. As we say goodbye to 2017...
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Cap in Photos, Community Life, Fun Stuff, Portfolio, Student Life

Cap in Photos: October 2017

The Capilano Blues defeat Langara 1-0 in the PacWest Soccer Championship semi-final at Quest University in Squamish, B.C., on Friday,...

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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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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Changemakers

5 awesome experiences you can only get at Capilano University

Thousands of students choose to study at Capilano University each year due, in part, to its innovative hands-on programs. The...

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About Cap, Applied Smarts, Student Life

6 reasons to take the Health Care Assistant program

With an aging population in B.C., there’s an increasing demand for health care assistants to help out in hospitals, care...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

Health Care Assistant grad honoured

When Anya Garcia Sadler first came to Capilano University, she had aspirations of entering the field of health and medicine—but...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

Maegan Langridge: Leaping from hospitality to health care

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Maegan Langridge describes herself as “a people person.” It’s a quality that serves her just as well in her current...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

From high school dropout to health care professional

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Sometimes when you set goals and work hard, your dreams can become reality.  In 2000, when Songie Lee was 14,...

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Changemakers

Cap students blanket instructor with love

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While some students may give a card as a thank you to their instructors, students from Capilano U’s Health Care...

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Applied Smarts, Education, Health & Human Development

If at first you don’t succeed, tri, tri again

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There was a time when Brianna Clingwall, a freshly minted Health Care Assistant grad, didn’t think university was in her...

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