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About Cap, Community Life, Fun Stuff

This Week at Cap: Apr 10-16

Give yourself a pat on the back — the spring term is almost over! Attend lectures, de-stress at the library...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Arts & Sciences

Tara Rodas: Helping advance autism treatment

Tara Rodas was halfway into her psychology degree at Capilano University when she was presented with the opportunity to work...

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Applied Smarts, Arts & Sciences, Hot Topics

Syria and the vandals of imagining

I clambered up the immense rubble mound, all that remains of the Temple of Zeus Belos, and surveyed the ruins below. My eyes were drawn along the column-lined avenue that ran for kilometers through this ancient city’s heart—indeed, the route was called the cardo, or “heart.”
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About Cap, Arts & Sciences

Inside the new Arts & Sciences Open House

Does your younger sister just love to write English essays? Is your cousin constantly re-wiring his alarm clock? Has your...

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About Cap, Community Life, Student Life

This week at Cap: Jan 12-16

It’s never a bad idea to brush up on your study skills, and what better time than the beginning of...

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Arts & Sciences, Community Life, Fun Stuff

Your obsession with Game of Thrones, explained

Chances are good you know some big Game of Thrones fans. The ones who know what the “R. R.” stands...

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Arts & Sciences, Hot Topics, Student Life

New course explores how technology affects our psyche

How does constantly being connected online change the way we form relationships with each other? This is one of the...

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Arts & Sciences, Fun Stuff

Proust Questionnaire: Dr. Leonard George

With areas of specialty like abnormal psychology, anomalistic psychology (human experience of the paranormal) and the psychology of religion, it’s...

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Business & Professional Studies, Student Life

Todd Lyons: From backpacker to businessman

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Todd Lyons is one of those people who dreads the question “where are you from?” In his “medium-length” answer, he’ll...

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Arts & Sciences, Hot Topics, Student Life

Free textbooks anyone?

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A provincial government initiative in partnership with BCcampus is helping students save money by making digital textbooks available for free...

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Arts & Sciences, Fun Stuff

Exploring the unseen

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For centuries, mankind has grappled with the existence of an afterlife; the notion that, once we die, we are transported...

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Hot Topics, Student Life

Reflections on frosh week chants

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After an uplifting experience at Capilano U’s Orientation, it’s disturbing to read headlines about frosh week chants at Canadian universities...

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