The Library is launching new room booking software to comply with privacy standards. The software is now live and ready for booking. Give it a try! http://www.openmine.ca/room_reservations Please note: if you had a reservation in the previous system, it has been transferred to the new system. Like the previous system, you will be required to create More »
On Saturday, September 27, 2014, Cape Breton University invites you to its first cultural festival, “Multiversity,” at the Marine Terminal Grounds in downtown Sydney between 12 and 5pm. This event will showcase a variety of the cultures from around the world that are represented at CBU, as well as local cultures including Celtic, First Nations More »
The library would like to extend an invitation to the CBU community and the public to attend a free screening of the documentary Attutauniujuk Nunami (Lament for the Land), to be held this Wednesday., Sept 24, at 6 p.m. in the Library's Community Lounge. The film screening will be followed by a Q&A with the More »
On Tuesday afternoon, we had the pleasure of touring Cape Breton University's archive with a group of Elders from Membertou First Nation. Following a research project on land management in their community, the Elders — who form an advisory committee for the Membertou Heritage Park — were curious to see the Mi'kmaw materials available at More »
Upon registering as a full-time student at CBU (both semesters), students are automatically enrolled in the Students’ Union health and dental plans. Our current health care provider is the Campus Trust and the cost of the health plan is $135. Our dental plan is with Great West Life and costs $120 for the year. Health More »
Market trends come and go. In computing, mobile devices continue to usurp the desktop. In television, people are cutting the cord in favor of Netflix. In fashion, #OwnTheOrange is the new black. One other industry that touches each and every one of our lives is the food industry – and capitalizing on food trends is proving More »
Come to the library before Monday, Sept. 22 to register your student ID for a library card. Your name will be entered to win a CBU bookstore gift certificate. Don't forget your CBU student ID card!
Whether you’re frosh fresh out of high school, a mature student who came back to pursue the dream, or a new staffer such as myself, the newness of the academic year brings with it immense opportunity for achievement, self-discovery and personal rewards yet untold. It feels like a new chapter – a fresh start. To be More »