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Campion Celebrates 100 Years

In 1917, a dream became reality in the vast prairie lands of Saskatchewan. Archbishop O.E. Mathieu saw the potential for a post-secondary Catholic institution in Regina despite some opposition and doubt.  After being declined by three religious orders, Archbishop O.E. Mathieu approached the Jesuits and the legacy of Campion College began. Built on a mission to form people for others, Campion...
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Campion Convocation Highlights in our 100th Anniversary Year

With countless hours spent in the library, meeting after meeting with professors, forming new friendships, expanding the knowledge of one’s self, a constant checking of word counts and formatting bibliographies into the caffeine-assisted early morning light, and the subsequent early morning bus rides; Campion College welcomes 80 graduates into our alumni family! Our 2017 Campion graduates...
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Fr. John Meehan, SJ, President of Campion College, University of Regina talks with salt + light

Watch as Fr. John Meehan witnesses with salt + light 
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37th Annual Nash Memorial Lecture

Campion College presents the 37th annual Nash Memorial Lecture Discerning a Path Toward Hope: A Liberal Arts University’s Journey with Omar Khadr delivered by guest lecturer Dr. Arlette Zinck. The lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in the Education Auditorium, University of Regina (main campus). Admission is free. Complimentary parking is available in lots 7...
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Lecture features founder of the largest and most successful gang intervention program in the world

The presidents of Campion College, Luther College, First Nations University of Canada, and the University of Regina present:     2017 Forward Together Lecture  Barking to the Choir: Now Entering the Kinship of God     Father Greg Boyle, SJ, founder of Homeboy Industries---the largest and most successful gang intervention, rehabilitation, and re-entry program in...
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Campion celebrates recent publications by faculty members

On Friday, February 3, Campion College held a book launch to highlight and celebrate three new publications by Campion College professors, Dr. Lee Ward, Dr. Martin Beech, and Dr. Ann Ward. The following books were presented: Two Treatises of Government by John LockeDr. Lee Ward, Associate Professor of Politics and International StudiesDesigned to serve the needs of students confronting...
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Building Improvements Enhance Accessibility

CAMPION COLLEGE OPENS 100TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR WITH BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS THAT ENHANCE ACCESSIBILITYCampion College officially kicked off the start of year-long 100th anniversary celebrations with the opening of new and enhanced spaces designed to improve accessibility for persons with disabilities throughout the college building.“We are very excited to mark the launch of our 100th anniversary...
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Alumni of Distinction Awards 2016

Senator Denise Batters (BA ‘91) and Dr. Katherine Owens (BA Hons ’98) are the recipients of the 2016 Campion College Alumni of Distinction awards, which will be presented tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Regency Ballroom at the Hotel Saskatchewan.Celebrating a Jesuit higher education that aims to graduate leaders of service, the Alumni of Distinction Awards are presented to Campion alumni...
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Spring 2016 Convocation

Congratulations to the seventy-nine Campion College students who were among the graduates at the University of Regina's 42nd annual Spring Convocation. Three Campion graduates—Kristen Gray, Shina Hom, and Zachary Horvath—were presented student awards for their high academic achievement and deep commitment to their community at the UofR ceremony on June 2. Kristen Gray received the...
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Alumni of Distinction Awards Recognize Contributions to Community

Joan Halmo, PhD (BA ‘77) and Dr. Robert Labbie (BSc ‘87) are the recipients of the 2015 Campion College Alumni of Distinction awards, which will be presented tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Regency Ballroom at the Hotel Saskatchewan.The Alumni of Distinction Awards are presented to Campion alumni and former students who have distinguished themselves in their profession and their community,...
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Pledge to Vote Challenge Engages Students in Federal Election

Students at both Campion College and Luther College rallied behind their College presidents in the Pledge to Vote challenge, which was announced at the end of September. A total of 270 students on the university campus made a pledge to vote in the 2015 federal election on October 19. Of those, 83 indicated an affiliation with Campion College, and 81 indicated and affiliation with Luther College....
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Legacy Gift to Luther College and Campion College Encourages Intercultural Exchange

A legacy gift to Campion College and Luther College at the University of Regina gives students both at home and abroad an opportunity to develop a greater understanding of different cultures through international study. The $1.0 million gift bequeathed by the late Anna Kovacs supports The Martin Kovacs Scholarship Fund and allows for the establishment of future international scholarships.The...
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Campion Announces the start of Construction Project to Improve Accessibility

Campion College announced the start of construction for its Building Enhancement Project, which is designed to improve accessibility throughout the college for persons with disabilities. The project includes the replacement and relocation of its elevator, the addition of spacious entryways at each floor, and direct access into the college building. “We are very excited to be moving...
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Regina Book Launch

Campion College is proud to present the Regina Book Launch of Modern Democracy and the Theological-Political Problem in Spinoza, Rousseau, and Jefferson, by Campion Professor Lee Ward, Ph.D.The book launch will take place on Thursday, February 26 t 3:30 p.m. in the Campion Student Commons.This study examines the intersection of two philosophical developments that arguably have come to define...
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Sister Helen Prejean to present 35th annual Nash Lecture

Sister Helen Prejean will present Campion College's 35th annual Nash Memorial Lecture. Entitled Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continues, the lecture will take place on Thursday, March 5, 2015, at 7:30 p.m. in the Education Auditorium, University of Regina. The event is open to the public and free of charge. Seating is limited. Complimentary parking is available in lots 13M and 14M. A book...
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