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 Faculty of Science Dean’s Medal, Shina Hom received the W.A. Riddell Award in Media, Art, and Performance, and Zachary Horvath received the University Prize in Science.
At the Campion College ceremony, honours were bestowed to Alexander Cameron and Zachary Horvath, recipients of Award of Merit and the The Reverend Gerald F. Lahey, S.J. Prize, respectively. The Campion College Award of Merit is a distinction given to a graduating Campion student who had consistently manifested a spirit of working generously for the good of the College, or an exemplary spirit of extraordinary spiritual courage, and the Reverend Gerald F. Lahey, S.J. Prize is awarded to the year's most outstanding Campion College graduate.
The St. Edmund Campion Medal was presented to Fr. Frank Obrigewitsch, SJ, at the Campion College convocation ceremony. This distinction is given to individuals whose life and activities have exemplified in an outstanding way the service of faith and the promotion of justice—ideals championed by St. Edmund Campion and embedded in the Jesuit philosophy of education at Campion College.