A Journalist First

A Journalist First

By Beverly Fast

A distinguished and influential career in journalism earned Margaret Weiers (BA'49, DLitt'10) a reputation as a nationalist, feminist and social reformer.

Cartoons and Calculus

Cartoons and Calculus

By Kirk Sibbald

Calculus may have beaten Brian Gable (BA'70) in university, but the Globe and Mail's editorial cartoonist gets the last laugh.

Brother to Brother

Brother to Brother

By Craig Silliphant

A casual conversation with brothers Jeff (BA'82, Arts'85) and Mark (MA'96) Rogstad reveals how different paths led to the same destination.

A Well Written Career

A Well Written Career

By Stephen Johnson

From his early days at The Sheaf, Murray Campbell (BA'70) has honed his craft as a story teller while covering some of 20th century’s top news events.

Positioned to Succeed

Positioned to Succeed

After a thorough and highly consultative process, the U of S is ready to communicate its unique strengths in Canada's competitive post-secondary landscape.
Honouring our Alumni Award Recipients

Honouring our Alumni Award Recipients

Six U of S alumni will be recognized at this year's Honouring our Alumni awards gala on Nov. 4.
Q & A with Pamela Wallin

Q & A with Pamela Wallin

Media mogul turned Canadian Senator, Pamela Wallin, shares some thoughts on journalism today and how her career in radio, print and television prepared her for her current position.