CapU in Photos: April 2019

CapU in Photos is our visual retrospective of campus life, proud moments and special events.

Release date:

Tag(s): Current Students, Future Students

Shasha McArthur closes her eyes during the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys, created by master carver Ses siyam and carver Xats'alanexw siyam.

Shasha McArthur closes her eyes during the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys, created by master carver Ses siyam and carver Xats'alanexw siyam.

Outdoor recreation and tourism management instructor Bruce Wilson on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Wilson is one of five recipients of this year’s Teaching Excellence Awards.

Outdoor recreation and tourism management instructor Bruce Wilson on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Wilson is one of five recipients of this year’s Teaching Excellence Awards.

Capilano University hosts the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys, created by master carver Ses siyam and carver Xats'alanexw siyam.

Capilano University hosts the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys, created by master carver Ses siyam and carver Xats'alanexw siyam.

Capilano University hosts “Envisioning 2030: Shaping CapU's Future Together” on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.

Capilano University hosts “Envisioning 2030: Shaping CapU's Future Together” on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.

President Paul Dangerfield speaks at an announcement event in the Bosa Centre for Film and Animation on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Minister Jonathan Wilkinson announced funding for Capilano University's new Indigenous Digital Accelerator (IDA) Centre — the centre will provide Indigenous students the opportunity to launch their own businesses and existing Indigenous entrepreneurs the opportunity to

President Paul Dangerfield speaks at an announcement event in the Bosa Centre for Film and Animation on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Minister Jonathan Wilkinson announced funding for Capilano University's new Indigenous Digital Accelerator (IDA) Centre — the centre will provide Indigenous students the opportunity to launch their own businesses and existing Indigenous entrepreneurs the opportunity to expand their businesses.

Capilano University hosts “Envisioning 2030: Shaping CapU's Future Together” on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.

Capilano University hosts "Envisioning 2030: Shaping CapU's Future Together" on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.

Minister Jonathan Wilkinson and President Paul Dangerfield walk to an announcement event in the Bosa Centre for Film and Animation on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Minister Jonathan Wilkinson announced funding for Capilano University's new Indigenous Digital Accelerator (IDA) Centre — the centre will provide Indigenous students the opportunity to launch their own businesses and existing Indigenous en

Minister Jonathan Wilkinson and President Paul Dangerfield walk to an announcement event in the Bosa Centre for Film and Animation on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Minister Jonathan Wilkinson announced funding for Capilano University's new Indigenous Digital Accelerator (IDA) Centre — the centre will provide Indigenous students the opportunity to launch their own businesses and existing Indigenous entrepreneurs the opportunity to expand their businesses.

Elder Sla-holt (Ernie George) holds the canoe while speaking at the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys, created by master carver Ses siyam and carver Xats'alanexw siyam.

Elder Sla-holt (Ernie George) holds the canoe while speaking at the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys, created by master carver Ses siyam and carver Xats'alanexw siyam.

City of North Vancouver Mayor Linda Buchanan and President Paul Dangerfield sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, for the CityStudio North Vancouver Pilot Project. The project is a collaboration connecting City of North Vancouver staff with Capilano University faculty and students to explore potential solutions to City of North Vancouver issues and opportunities for innova

City of North Vancouver Mayor Linda Buchanan and President Paul Dangerfield sign a Memorandum of Understanding on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, for the CityStudio North Vancouver Pilot Project. The project is a collaboration connecting City of North Vancouver staff with Capilano University faculty and students to explore potential solutions to City of North Vancouver issues and opportunities for innovation.

Master carver Se siyam (Ray Natraoro) receives a hug prior to the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys.

Master carver Se siyam (Ray Natraoro) receives a hug prior to the Legacy Canoe Awakening and Naming Ceremony on Thursday, April 11, 2019. The ceremony marked the completion of the CapU50 Legacy Canoe, named Skw’cháys.

Submitted by: Tae Hoon Kim, Communications & Marketing