CapU in Photos: February 2019
CapU in Photos is our visual retrospective of campus life, proud moments and special events.
A Western Red Cedar, sourced from near Ring Mountain in Squamish, BC, is delivered to the North Vancouver campus on February 4. Master carver Ses siyam (Ray Natraoro) is carving a 30-foot seaworthy canoe as a legacy to the University's 50th anniversary.
Noelle Natraoro holds a cedar brush during the canoe legacy project log blessing ceremony on February 25.
Indigenous Faculty Advisor David Kirk during the canoe legacy project log blessing ceremony on February 25.
Classroom Support Technician Kats Klein on February 7. Klein, an employee of IT Services, will be recognized at the 2019 Employee Recognition Awards in March.
Elder-in-residence Ernie George dances during his birthday celebration in the Kéxwusm-áyakn Student Centre on February 5.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Bruce Poon Tip speaks at the North Vancouver campus on February 6.
Capilano University's latest out of home ads at Waterfront Station on February 9.
The Capilano Students' Union hosts a Super Smash Bros. tournament on February 5.
Writer and poet Danielle LaFrance on February 7. LaFrance is one of the authors visiting as part of the Colour and Voice reading series.
Education and Employment Access (EEA) students receive hands on experience in cashier training at the Capilano University bookstore on February 7. The EEA program helps students, who have experienced barriers to accessing education and employment, learn skills to succeed in future education and vocational goals. The cashier training was a collaboration between EEA and the Capilano University Bookstore to address a need for real-life experience prior to the students going out on their practicums.
Fashion historian and guest lecturer Ivan Sayers on February 20.
Motion Picture Arts students work on a set on February 26.
Submitted by: Tae Hoon Kim, Communications & Marketing