Part three: Allison Wragg’s update from Harlow

Memorial University is one of two Canadian universities with a campus in the UK. At MUN’s Harlow Campus in Essex, students can take advantage of programs and internships in various subjects, including biology, business, education, pharmacy, fine arts and music.…

MUN Clubs and Societies: Memorial BAJA

MUN BAJA is a student-led society. The team participates in a yearly event by designing a competition-spec Baja buggy to compete with other north American schools in competitions across Canada and the United States. As explained by Andrew Harris, who…

Part II: Pandemic Publication Celebration

Part two of the English Faculty’s Pandemic Publication Celebration on November 17th featured readings from ­­­­four new books written by MUNL English professors. Like the first part of this event, the night was a great success. Dr. Joel Deshaye hosted…

Reflection: What was ‘All Out Like 99’ really about?

“All Out Like 99” was a special event. On the afternoon of Nov 2nd, several hundred students occupied the front steps of the Confederation Building after having marched nearly two kilometres through multiple lanes of traffic on Prince Phillip Drive.…

“I want to go to there”: Plans for the Chem-Physics greenspace

MUNSU’s student bar, The Breezeway, is officially opened after two years of renovations, but the original Breezeway has been inaccessible for over twenty years. Thousands and generations of students who passed through the Chemistry Physics building since the early 2000s…

Part Two: An Update From Harlow Campus

Hi there! My name is Lauren Courage, and I am a fourth-year Bachelor of Commerce (Co-op) student at Memorial University of Newfoundland. I am currently on my second work term in the United Kingdom and staying at the MUN Harlow…

Pandemic publication celebration: honouring MUN’s faculty writers and editors

The Pandemic Publication Celebration is a brand-new event created by Memorial’s English Department in honour of some of the University’s resident writers and editors.This two-part event, hosted by Dr. Jamie Skidmore, was designed to launch several books written and edited…

Many MUN students receiving $500 from NL government; good politics, bad policy?

On October 5th, 2022, The Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) government announced that it is providing a one-time payment of $500 for cost-of-living relief for adults making less than $100,000 per year between now and Christmas. 392,000 residents in the province…

St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival opening night & film review: I Like Movies

St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival (SJIWFF) officially commenced this year’s festival with Opening Night on Wednesday, October 19. The event was held at Cineplex, St. John’s and included a red carpet affair to welcome all attendees before the screening.…

Developing business skills at the Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship

Many students dream of owning their own businesses. At MUN, the Memorial Centre for Entrepreneurship (MCE) has terrific opportunities for students from any program interested in developing their own business.  I sat down with the Director of MCE, Ed Martin, to discuss some…