Today's Royal Visit
After the tour
The lasting impact of the Royal Visit.
Care as normal in W21C
Royal Visit will not disrupt patient care.
Foothills campus traffic
Information for commuters on Royal Visit day.
W. Brett Wilson and Hayley Wickenheiser awarded the Order of Canada
Philanthropist and student athlete to receive country’s highest civilian honour.
U.S. Ambassador visits campus
U.S. Ambassador tours Canada’s only entry in international solar house competition
Innovative reading program to help new students
Common reading program needs volunteers.
Drama student and professor at Prague Quadrennial
First time university work is presented at international theatre design exhibition.
Fluff and dry grass are fire hazards
It’s hard to see the green through the thick haze of white poplar fluff floating around campus. And with our current heat wave the grass is dry. Please be cognizant of the potential for fires and ensure that ignition sources are controlled. Yesterday a grass fire occurred on campus and it is suspected that it was the result of a lit cigarette igniting poplar fluff. We appreciate your cooperation.
The University of Calgary is proud to be part of the city that is host to the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth—the Calgary Stampede. We wish our community a fun and safe Stampede. If you’re still looking for a great event to attend, register for the Alumni Stampede event, taking place Friday, July 15. Tickets still available.
Peregrine Falcon Alert
Two adult Peregrine Falcons have hatched two chicks on the nest site at Craigie Hall. These chicks will be ready to take their first flights soon. Unfortunately crash landings often occur during these early flying attempts, sometimes resulting in injury and the inability to fly.
If you find a suspected downed Peregrine Falcon call:
• Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division – 403-297-6423
• Inglewood Bird Sanctuary – call City of Calgary at 311
• Or after hours, call Campus Security – 403-220-5333
U & iS²
Did you (accidentally) hit ‘Delete’?
Past iS² Project communications available on-line.
The Sudbury Star
Canada playing catch-up in Arctic arms race: Expert