Today we mark the first day of African Heritage Month in Nova Scotia. Acadia University has a long tradition of educating people from all backgrounds, including those of African descent.

Ian Murray (’88), Executive Director, Alumni Affairs and Jim Darnbrough, Executive Director, Enrolment Services were joined for dinner by 36 alumni and friends at CinCin by the Sea in Barbados on the evening of Thursday, January 24, 2019.

More than 50 Acadia alumni and friends braved a frigid Toronto morning to come together on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019 for the Annual Business Breakfast at The Albany Club of Toronto.

In conjunction with Acadia’s Co-operative Education Program, we would like to alert members of our alumni community to a wonderful opportunity to help current students to a brighter future by providing work terms for them.

Allie Berry

When Allie Berry wasn’t on the court supporting her championship basketball team, she was taking her community-development training into high school gyms to encourage at-risk youth to participate in a recreation program she calls Rec Buddies.

Campaign for Acadia in Hong Kong

Alumni and friends joined together December 12, 2018, for the Halifax Launch of Campaign for Acadia and to celebrate the holidays. With an ambitious $75-million goal, the campaign will sustain the Acadia of today and build the Acadia of the future.

A rainbow crosses
over the Acadia campus


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