Mary Shannon Will was born in Ithaca, New York, and studied at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and the University of Iowa. Upon moving to Canada, Will taught at the Emily Carr College of Art & Design in Vancouver.
Will is known for her diverse artistic practice, working in a variety of media including printmaking, painting and ceramics. Today, the artist divides her life and work between Calgary and New Mexico.
It is a rare opportunity for a graduate student and her supervisor to be able to exhibit their artwork, arrived at collaboratively, in the same exhibition in a nationally respected art gallery.
By ABBY GROENENBOOM
The University of Lethbridge Students’ Union Food Bank, which helped over 300 people last year, needs continued resources to keep this valuable service alive.
The Students’ Union hosts a variety of events in an attempt to keep the Food Bank operating. The Peter Mansbridge lecture, which raised over $2,300 from ticket sales and an unspecified personal donation from Mansbridge himself, is one such event that benefits the food bank.
A bounty of music concerts are coming in November and December, each of the University of Lethbridge music ensembles present their end-of-semester offerings.
Winds on the Moon
Friday, Nov. 26, 8 p.m. at Southminster United Church
Nov. 19-20 | Canada West Men’s Hockey | University of Regina vs. Horns | 7 p.m. nightly, Nicholas Sheran Arena
Nov. 26-27 | Canada West Women’s Hockey | University of Saskatchewan vs. Horns | 7 p.m. nightly, Nicholas Sheran Arena
Dec. 3-4 | Canada West Men’s Hockey | UBC vs. Horns | 7 p.m. nightly, Nicholas Sheran Arena
By RICHARD WESTLUND
There is no denying that the physical distance between Lethbridge and Edmonton is great, and from a government relations perspective, it presents a constant barrier. This is true not only for the University of Lethbridge, but also for a myriad of southern Alberta organizations.
By DIANE BRITTON
Eating well is challenging when your schedule is busy. Try these low preparation ideas to help create healthy meals when time is tight. The key to success is to plan and pack foods the night before. In the morning just get up, grab and go!
Quick and inexpensive breakfast ideas
• Dry cereal in a baggie, milk in a travel mug and an orange
• Hot cereal with milk and half a grapefruit
• Smoothie in a travel mug
• Whole wheat wrap with peanut butter and a banana
By SUZANNE MCINTOSH
Our 4th Annual Life Balance Fair, promoting Health Workplace Month, proved to be very successful.
With over 45 exhibitors, a number of demonstrations and an opportunity to try out the U of L’s Get Fit at Work – Stretch and Strengthen program, more than 200 visitors attended. Thanks to all of the exhibitors for donating their time and draw prizes. A special thanks goes out to the AUPE for their donation towards the healthy.
Following are prize winners from the Life Balance Fair:
Off Balance Team Challenge
By STACY SEGUIN
For many of us, attending university is the beginning of a new chapter in our lives. For alumnus Perry Stein (BA’09 Great Distinction), attending the University of Lethbridge was more like writing an entire book.
By TREVOR KENNEY
Sandeep Mishra is an idealist with a realist’s background.
The PhD candidate in the Department of Psychology has a keen understanding of what has led to his educational success, and a desire to better society as a result. He’ll use his science to do so.