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CMU approaches student wellness with generous hospitality

The coronavirus turned students' lives upside down. It completely changed life in the classroom, on the court, and in dorm rooms, significantly impacting students' mental health. But CMU's response to supporting students through challenging times didn't change. "The best solution is a community that cares," says Dean of Student Life Charlie Peronto. Luckily, that is who CMU is at its core.

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A message from the president: Fall 2021 plans

Dear CMU Students,

Summer greetings from CMU! We very much look forward to welcoming you on campus for 2021-22 in early September. 

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Sunday@CMU

Sunday@CMU: July 2021

Theme: Virtues for the Pandemic

This month on Sunday@CMU, we are rebroadcasting a series of meditations from Delmar Epp, Associate Professor of Psychology at CMU. Delmar has taught at CMU since 2000, including courses in child development, social psychology, and the psychology of motivation. Throughout this series, he uses the lens of positive psychology to explore how we can survive, and even thrive, during difficult times.

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Summer 2021 alumni updates

Readers of CMU's The Blazer magazine often say they flip right to the Alumni News section before reading anything else.

Unfortunately, the past several issues of The Blazer were not able to include alumni news. Below is a compilation of news from a few of our alumni (including the most adorable baby photos).

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(Back row, L-R) Hannah Connelly, Neil Weisensel, and Bryna Link meet with translator Jules Chartrand (front-left) and his daughter Yvonne Chartrand (front-right).

Innovative Indigenous language database developed and launched by Li Keur team and CMU

The team behind Li Keur, Riel's Heart of the North launched an innovative Indigenous language database this spring.

Li Keur is a new dramatic musical work co-created by Métis poet and scholar Dr. Suzanne Steele, who wrote the libretto, and CMU Adjunct Professor of Music Neil Weisensel, who composed the music alongside Métis fiddler Alex Kusturok. It is a reimagining of Louis Riel's "missing" years from 1870–72 and the strong women that surrounded him.

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Upcoming Events

CommonWord is open limited hours for in-store shopping; rest of CMU campus is currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic

CommonWord Bookstore and Resource Centre is currently open for in-person shopping, from 9:00 AM–5:00 PM, Tuesday–Friday. Library and folio café are closed.

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First day of classes, fall semester

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