This article, written by StFXAUT Executive Assistant Susan MacKay, appears in the Summer 2018 edition of The Beacon.
The StFXAUT would like to congratulate the 2018 Book Prize Award recipients Corrina Degen (Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Development Studies) and Kelsey Fahie (Bachelor of Arts in Human Kinetics).
Each student was presented with a cash award of $200 and Canada Reads 2018 “The Marrow Thieves” by Cherie Dimaline and “The Big Picture: The Antigonish Movement of Eastern Nova Scotia” by StFXAUT Member Dr. Santo Dodaro and Leonard Pluta.
The StFXAUT Book Prize is awarded at Spring Convocation to two graduating students who demonstrate a commitment to social justice advocacy and community development on campus or in the community. Please visit this page to learn more about the StFXAUT Book Prize Award.
Congratulations Corrina and Kelsey! We wish you the very best in your future endeavours!