The event is called FRESH: CSMM Student Symposium. It is a mix of undergraduate and graduate student papers and multimedia projects, put on by the Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia and the CSMM Student Society.
The Symposium will be held in the Lyons New Media Centre and the McMaster Health Forum (Mills 4th floor) on Wednesday April 6th, from 9 am - 3 pm. There will be presentations as well as displays and interactive stations. This event is open to everyone so please drop in to see what the students have done.
Mills Memorial Library is turning 60 but it's staying hip in its old age. A celebration will be held for McMaster students from 1-3 p.m. on Thursday, March 31 to commemorate the Library's evolution since it opened. With plenty of activities (and tasty treats) the event will focus on Mills' beginnings in the 1950s. It'll be cool, daddy-o!
Students who are studying, working in groups or just hanging out with friends in the Mills Learning Commons are fortunate to be in a space that is enhanced by student art on the walls.
The Library has just installed an art piece by Amber Aasman, a Level 4 student in Combined Art and Peace Studies, the most recent winner of an art competition sponsored by the Library and organized in partnership with the School of the Arts (SOTA).
President Patrick Deane and University Librarian Jeff Trzeciak recently hosted an event to celebrate the legacy of Jamaican cultural icon Louise Bennett Coverley, affectionately known as Miss Lou.
Seventy years after the death of James Joyce in 1941, it’s appropriate that Ulysses, his literary masterpiece, should be chosen as the notable book during Freedom to Read Week.