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Successful PhD Defense

Congratulations to Margo Beckmann who successfully defended her PhD dissertation entitled Losing Our Religion?: Empathy and Compassion in the Fin de Siècle Novel on May 8, 2019.
 

Book Launch for Karen Houle and Lindsay Lerman

Congratulations to Karen Houle on the publication of her new book of poetry, The Grand River Watershed, and to one of the alumni of our PhD program, Lindsay Lerman, on the publicaion of her novel, I'm from Nowhere.

A book launch for both will be held at Fixed Gear Brewery (20 Alma St., Guelph) on October 9th.

Please see the details here

Studio Art graduate recipient of Open Studio Don Phillips Scholarship Residency

Studio Art graduate Lavinia Lindsay is this year's recipient of the Open Studio Don Phillips Scholarship Residency. Open Studio is an artist-run centre in Toronto and the scholarship is presented annually to a recent graduate who has just completed an undergraduate art program with a printmaking major at an accredited Canadian institution.

Six Gryphon Singers singing on stage.

Gryphon Singers Choir Awarded Second Place in National Choir Competition

The University of Guelph’s Gryphon Singers placed second in the National Competition for Canadian Amateur Choirs in the Collegiate Choir division. The Gryphon Singers competed against McGill’s Schulick Singers who won first place, and Western University who placed third.

The competition was open to all amateur choirs across Canada and featured a highly competitive pool of applicants.

To listen to their award-winning performance, click here.