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Applying Life Lessons: Meet Amber McLaine

March 30, 2021

Amber McLaine’s higher education journey began after high school, when she enrolled in a two-year program at NSCC. She transferred…

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CBU to Extend Nursing Deadline for Indigenous and African Nova Scotian Students

March 23, 2021

Cape Breton University is pleased to announce an application extension for Indigenous (Mi’kmaq) and African Nova Scotian students entering the…

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Three CBU Alumni Among the First L’nu to Graduate from Law School

March 17, 2021

In November, 2020, Alumnus Trevor Bernard posted a Twitter photo. The photo showed Trevor along with Regional Chief Paul Prosper…

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Set Goals and Adapt: Meet Mitchell Hiscock

March 15, 2021

When Mitchell Hiscock applied to Cape Breton University, he had no idea he would begin his university journey in a…

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Lifelong Learning: Ryan Leil

March 15, 2021

Alumnus, Ryan Leil, was born and raised in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. He now serves as the Deputy Chief of…

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Challenging and Exciting Times for Alumna Jolly Vincent

March 15, 2021

After hearing about Cape Breton University through the Indian recruitment agency, Santa Monica, Jolly Vincent made the life-changing decision to…

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A Friendly Face on the Field: Ciera Disipio Joins Coaching Staff

March 12, 2021

A familiar face will be on the sidelines when the Cape Breton University Capers Women’s Soccer Team takes the field…

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Dr. Heather Sparling Named D’Arcy McGee Beacon Fellow at Dundalk Institute for Technology

March 8, 2021

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This International Women’s…

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Powering Through Hardship, and Inspiring Others: Bree Menge

March 4, 2021

Some of the core motivations Bree Menge has for helping Indigenous students achieve their university goals come from her own…

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A Calling to Help Others: Meet Lydia McIsaac

February 25, 2021

We are lucky to have people in our community who have a passion for helping others. That passion is what…

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Why I Give: Meet Hilda Tremblett

February 18, 2021

“I give to education because education changed my life.” In 1996, Hilda Tremblett created a memorial award in honor of…

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Cape Breton University Changed My Life: Meet Sharmake Dubow

February 18, 2021

At the young age of eight, Sharmake Dubow left his war-torn home in Somalia with his family due to civil…

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