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How art is mediating trauma and connecting individuals during days of isolation
Latest News & Stories
Alumni Profiles 2020.11.23 @ 11:20 AM
Lauren Harms (BA '15, General Social Sciences) wears two hats, that of a pastor and of an art therapist, which are taken on and off in the same room in the same Calgary apartment every day over Zoom. Founder of "Lily-Inspired," an art therapy practice that focuses on individual and group art therapy as well as expressive arts workshops, Harms combines the creative process and psychotherapy, enabling her clients to explore their healing through colour, shape, and form.
Stories 2020.11.19 @ 4:19 PM
After moving to Canada with his family from Vietnam at the age of nine, Binh Nguyen has always had ambitious hoop dreams. One of his goals is to finish his five years of university basketball eligibility with an undergraduate degree. However, today the six-foot guard has even bigger dreams that bring him back to Asia. An opportunity awaits for Nguyen to start a professional basketball career in his native Vietnam, as well as the chance to the country on the national men's basketball team.
News Releases 2020.11.12 @ 4:45 PM
Dear students, faculty, and staff of CMU,
A confirmed case of COVID-19 has been identified at the CMU Shaftesbury Campus. The individual was on campus on November 3 between the hours of 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM. At this point, this is considered to be a low-risk situation.
Stories 2020.11.12 @ 1:25 PM
When we think of preserving history in archives, our first thoughts might be of digging through boxes of grandma's things in the attic or leafing through yellowing photo albums. But that is not the whole picture.
The Mennonite Heritage Archives (MHA), located on CMU's campus and supported by CMU, is calling on Mennonites and Anabaptists to share their experiences during the remarkable historical, biological, and social events of 2020 as part of Anabaptist History Today (AHT), a groundbreaking collaborative storytelling project.