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Cap in Photos: November 2017

CapU grad Kaya Dorey is the founder of Novel Supply Co., a conscious apparel line that uses all sustainable fabrics. Dorey was named a "Young Champion of the Earth" by the United Nations...
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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Jonathan Whitesell: Taking the screen by storm

gallery It was landing the lead in his sixth grade play that first sparked Jonathan Whitesell’s interest in acting.
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Alumni, Community Life, Fine & Applied Arts

Cap grads own the stage in Dracula

Known to many as Hollywood North, Vancouver has long been a flourishing place for the performing arts. As such, Capilano...

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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

Alums make the people sing in Les Mis

The Stanley Alliance stage echoed with the sound of well-know melodies “Do You Hear the People Sing?” and “Who Am I?” as Les Misérables hosted Vancouver’s theatre lovers to a delightful performance this month.
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Alumni, Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Chelsey Reist: Rising actor in CW’s The 100

As Harper on the CW’s The 100, a day on set for Capilano alum Chelsey Reist starts at 6 a.m....

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Fine & Applied Arts, Student Life

Dream career: A look inside the Bachelor of Performing Arts

Do you ever dream that you’re flying? How about falling? Do you ever try to describe a terrible nightmare to...

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Community Life, Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

Cap students steal the spotlight in Cat Killer

There will be portable video devices. You will walk. You will be wearing headphones. You will be following a path...

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Changemakers, Community Life, Student Life

Capilano U’s top changemakers of 2014

Looking at the past year, we are extremely proud of Capilano University’s many students, faculty and staff who have worked...

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Changemakers, Fine & Applied Arts, Hot Topics

Nic Harrison: Stickboy’s swordfighting survivor

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If you haven’t heard about Stickboy, welcome to town because you must have just arrived. With striking murals popping up...

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Community Life, Fun Stuff

Save money with your CapCard

As a hard-working student, you could probably use some extra money in your pocket, right? Did you know that your...

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Community Life, Fine & Applied Arts

Come ‘ow’ to the show!

Americans often make fun of the Canadian accent, over pronouncing words here and there, sounding like a lame Irish brogue....

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About Cap, Community Life

Strike Camps are a go

Do you feel like the new students are looking extra young this year? That might be because Capilano University has...

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Fun Stuff

10 places to act like a kid in Vancouver

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Give yourself a body boost! Forget your day-to-day troubles and free your inner child at any of these Vancouver-area destinations....

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Arts & Sciences, Fine & Applied Arts, Student Life

Twenty-one new plays in five days

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Join Capilano University for the third annual Sacred Space: The Tom Cone Festival of New Plays, featuring 21 new plays...

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Community Life, Fine & Applied Arts

Classic murder mystery tackled by “Gen Y” students

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Capilano University’s theatre production company, Exit 22, presents Agatha Christie’s Witness For The Prosecution, February 12-15. Agatha Christie is one...

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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Performance delights and bewilders at FUSE

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The Vancouver Art Gallery recently pounded out another installment of FUSE, an interdisciplinary showcase that integrates visual art and performance....

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Community Life, Fine & Applied Arts

Theatre instructor directs The Tao of Ron

Capilano U Theatre instructor, Des Price, is directing an exciting new play – The Tao of Ron – running at...

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Applied Smarts, Community Life, Fine & Applied Arts

For Cap U alum, all the world’s a stage

image Theatre program alum Sereana Malani recently made her debut as a professional actress in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure as part...
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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts, Fun Stuff

Cap U alumni rock Betty and Veronica

image More than a dozen Capilano U Musical Theatre and Acting for Stage and Screen alumni are performing in the Archie comic...
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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Bright future in store for BPA graduates

image Earlier this year, when program head Stuart Aikins addressed a group of people interested in enrolling in the new Bachelor of Performing Arts program...
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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

A visceral experience

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In February, as one of 24 students in Canada’s first Bachelor of Performing Arts (BPA) degree, Manuel Cuevas performed in...

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Community Life, Student Life

Portuguese lessons

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Portuguese fado sensation Ana Moura performed to a sold-out crowd at the NSCU Centre on Sunday, March 3, backed by...

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Community Life

$2,300 donated to food bank

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Fans of The Clash came out on mass to support the Vancouver Food Bank and to honour the 10th anniversary...

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Applied Smarts, Fine & Applied Arts

Staging Cinderella

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With beautiful ball gowns, a dashing prince and a lovable fairy godmother, the Cinderella story has it all. Cap’s resident...

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