Two Grads Talk With Flare

Young female athlete wearing hijab

Two University of Guelph grads are featured in the same issue of Flare magazine, each making a name for themselves in their efforts to empower women. Amreen Kadwa, founder of the organization Hijabi Ballers, is creating more opportunities for Muslim girls and women to participate in sport. Brittny Robins, the founder of the skin care

Grad Becomes a Science Journalist Star

Podcaster Arielle Duhaime-Ross studied science at the University of Guelph, but being a scientist didn’t quite suit her temperament, the zoology grad said in a recent article. One research project — observing nocturnal salamanders in a dark, cold laboratory — made her realize that the patient and specialized work of a scientist was not

Banff’s Mayor is Alumna

Smiling mayor of Banff

While attending the University of Guelph, Karen Sorensen spent summers working at Banff, a picturesque town of roughly 8,000 nestled in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. In a recent interview-format feature in the Regina Leader-Post, the U of G alumna said her love of Banff blossomed during a family vacation when she was 14. She declared then