Crandall University Business Society Recognizes Student Achievement

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Crandall University Business Society Recognizes Student Achievement

MONCTON, NB – Moncton’s Royal Oaks Golf Club played host Thursday evening to the Crandall University Business Society’s annual awards banquet recognizing excellence in business student achievement. Several students took turns at the podium reflecting on their experiences studying business at Crandall and articulating their aspirations for the future. Academic achievement awards were presented to […]

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2018 Chargers Athletic Awards

The Crandall Chargers Athletics department shared in an awards dinner, honouring the top athletes of the year. Awards were presented to the Cross Country team, the Men’s & Women’s Soccer teams, and the Men’s & Women’s Basketball teams. Women’s Soccer MVP: Alyssa Dykeman Defensive Player of the Year: Courtney Lutes Christian Leadership Award: Becca Reay […]

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Education Students Host Human Library

Retired teachers pass on wisdom to Crandall’s B.Ed. students. On March 27, 2018, the Crandall University student lounge played host to 50 Education students and 25 retired teachers. Gathered around the room, pairs of students found themselves in deep discussion with these seasoned retired teachers – ready to share their wisdom with those who would […]

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Chargers Take Silver at ACAA Championships

Crandall University were big winners during the ACAA Championship weekend. The Chargers finished with a silver medal falling to Holland College in the finals. The Chargers were led all season by 4th and 5th year captains Brandon Fields and Hassan Maidal. Both were recognized for their accomplishments on the year with Hassan winning 2nd Team […]

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Crandall Theatre Production Sells Out Opening Night

Moncton – The Crandall Theatre production of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe was sold out for their opening night on Friday. Crowds filled Crandall University’s halls this weekend as visitors came from across the region to take in the student-led stage production of C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. The […]

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2018 Crandall Faculty Award Recipients Announced

On Friday evening, Crandall University honoured four faculty members for excellence in teaching, service, and research. The Stephen & Ella Steeves Awards are held annually, and provide the opportunity to celebrate the contributions of the faculty to their respective fields and to the university’s mission of Transforming lives through quality university education firmly rooted in […]

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Dr. Stephen Dempster and Dr. John Stackhouse continue Crandall’s Public Lecture Series

Moncton – Crandall University continued its series of Public Lectures on Thursday with book launches from two professors, Dr. Stephen Dempster and Dr. John Stackhouse. With nearly 150 in attendance, the speakers shared the stories behind their latest publications, and treated the audience to readings of select passages from their respective works. Watch the Videos […]

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Crandall Boxing Club Continues to Grow

The Crandall University Chargers Boxing team is New Brunswick’s most recent addition to Olympic style boxing training in the province. Launched in September 2016, the club – located at Crandall University in Moncton – provides athletes with the opportunity to pursue a university education while also training and competing in the sport of Olympic style […]

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Crandall Student Partners with Startup Moncton

MONCTON, NB: International Fine Arts Artist, Futong Kang, partnered with Startup Moncton to raise funds for Greater Moncton entrepreneurs. Kang, a Fine Arts and Design Major from Beijing Union University, China, solidified her skills in fine arts, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture and paper carving and digital media.  “My art is about the emotions and […]

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Crandall University Launches ClayStone Gap-Year Program

Crandall University’s ClayStone Program was successfully launched in August 2017! Eight students spent the fall semester learning about wilderness, cultural and life skills. As a partnership between Crandall University and Camp Shiktehawk (Bristol, NB), the ClayStone Program is an intensive discipleship opportunity for students. The program began with an intensive, one-week course looking at the […]

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