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Journey of Reconciliation

Journey of Reconciliation Conference
February 14-17, 2018
Medicine Hat College

This four-day conference is intended to engage participants in a collective journey of reconciliation. Through community ceremony, collective sharing, engagement and hands-on teachings, participants will be invited to walk a path together in learning about our shared history and what our roles are and can be in reconciliation. 

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Red Dress Project
Thursday, Feb. 15  ·  1 - 4 p.m.
Centennial Hall

Come gather together under a sea of red dresses to honor and bring awareness to Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women of Canada. Join us as we share and engage in acknowledging this aesthetic response to the more than 500 missing and murdered Indigenous women. Drawing attention to the gendered and racialized nature of violent crimes against Indigenous women, this installation seeks to evoke a presence through the marking of absence.

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 Feb. 17 Basketball vs SAIT 6/8PM
 Feb. 21-24   ACAC Men's Volleyball Championship  

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Feb. 21 -24
MHC gymnasium

Come out and show your support for the Rattlers as they host the province's best at the ACAC Men's Volleyball Championship! Volunteers are needed to help make this event a success. If you are able to donate a few hours of your time, please consider signing up as a ball person, ticket taker or team host. Contact Kristina Segall for times.


Job Fair
MHC Job Fair

Wednesday, Feb. 28  ·  10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Centennial Hall

Have students, friends, or family looking for new opportunities? Encourage them to attend MHC's Job Fair where they can meet with potential employers offering a variety of jobs ranging from general help and summer positions, to internships and career opportunities.

Still Falling theatre production

Still Falling

Thursday, Mar. 22  ·  1:30 p.m.
Eresman Theatre

MHC, in collaboration with the City of Medicine Hat, is hosting a theatrical production about a young girl's experience with anxiety and depression. This event is open to the public so please feel free to share the information with students and the community.

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CITE Symposium: Critical Thinking in a Post-Truth World
Thursday, Apr. 26 

Critical thinking is one of the most important higher order skills acquired in a college education, but it is also one of the most difficult to define, teach, assess, and link to demonstrable behaviours. This celebration of teaching and learning welcomes presentations that discuss how MHC faculty are designing learning experiences to foster a skill students require more than ever. 

Have an idea for a presentation? Submit your proposal before Feb. 28.

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