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Artsci Students, Faculty, and Staff Participate in United Way Bus Pull

Artsci Bus Pull Team

Yesterday afternoon, Artsci faculty, staff, and students put their strength together to support the community. At the Annual United Way Bus Pull, we pulled a McMaster shuttle bus 100 feet across campus to help raise funds for United Way Halton & Hamilton. Altogether, Team Artsci pledged $325 to this great cause. Thanks to all those […]

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Get Involved with the Third-Annual Arts & Science Musical!

Students posing with instruments

The Artsci Musical is seeking involvement from a wide range of talents, including a stage manager, a technical director, and members for its cast, band, and stage crew. While cast, band, and crew auditions don’t open for a few weeks, those interested in either the stage manager or technical director positions are encouraged to apply […]

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Artsci Student Ben Feldman Published in International Journal

Artsci Student Ben Feldman

Ben Feldman, a fourth-year Arts & Science student at McMaster University, was recently published in Geoforum, an international, interdisciplinary journal and a leading voice in the research of human geography and related fields, such as global political economy, political ecology, national systems of regulation and governance, and urban and regional development. Feldman’s paper, entitled “Agency and Governance: […]

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Register for the Annual Arts & Science Canoe Trip Today!

People canoeing

The Annual Artsci Canoe Trip is approaching quickly! On 29 & 30 September, join fellow Arts & Science students on a two-day canoe, camp, and portage excursion through the heart of beautiful Algonquin Park. The trip costs $230, but that fee covers transportation, food, and equipment. Discounts will be made available to any registrants willing to […]

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Arts & Science Student in The Spec for Disability Justice Movement

Founders of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario

As co-founder of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, Artsci student Shanthiya Baheerathan is “creating a world where people with disabilities are free to be.” Working along side two other McMaster University grads, Baheerathan’s new network, which officially launches on 13 Sept., 2018, is aimed at empowering Hamilton’s disabled residents to “thrive, build power, and […]

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