January 19th, 2020 marked the fourth year of the Women’s March in Calgary, Alberta. Originally started as a solidarity movement with women marching in Washington, D.C., it has grown into an event with seminars, performances, and exhibitions. Approximately 120 people braved the cold to march down Stephen Avenue to City Hall, where speakers addressed the gathered crowd. [ READ MORE ]
The library offers a host of resources, and with the opening of the new central library, they’re more accessible than ever. One resource that students may not be aware of is the long-running author in residence program.
While the Toronto International Film Festival may draw worldwide attention, the Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) has been quietly building its own reputation as a showcase of wide-ranging, exceptional films. Part of the appeal for younger, edgier audiences is the long-running Late Show series, which showcases the oddball genre movies that don’t fit into any of the festival’s very diverse categories. [ READ MORE ]