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From record-setting snowfalls and big floods to damaging winds and coastal erosion, Newfoundland and Labrador’s weather give us plenty to talk about.


Human dimensions research empowers well-being

FaceForward : A Picture of Health
April 15, 2014

In 2009 Canadian folksinger Taylor Mitchell was attacked and killed by coyotes in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. She was the second person and first adult in North America to be the victim of a fatal coyote attack.

 

Calling all disaster chefs at Memorial

April 16, 2014

The Office of Emergency Management is challenging all faculty, staff and students at Memorial to call on their culinary skills to create an original recipe using only non-perishable food items and a camp stove.

Spring 2014 honoraries announced

April 10, 2014

It may feel like winter, but another sure sign of spring is near. Memorial University will hold spring convocation on May 9 in Corner Brook and May 27-30 in St. John’s.

'If a brain is troubled, it doesn’t learn'

FaceForward : A Picture of Health
April 11, 2014

As student health is a major factor in determining academic success, Memorial’s Student Health Centre has been gathering data to inform planning for supports and services to help students succeed.

Healthy minds and bodies

FaceForward : A Picture of Health
April 16, 2014

Healthy bodies supporting healthy minds is a culture that Memorial's Marine Institute fosters for students and employees alike.

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