On Monday, Feb. 6, Renison alumnus Robert Motum was featured in the Waterloo Region Record (The Record) for his work assembling Kitchener Waterloo: A Guidebook From Memory, a collection of personal short stories tied to special locations around the region. Motum had fond memories of his time in Waterloo Region during university, and this book is his legacy. Madeline Samms, a fellow Waterloo alumna, illustrated the collection. Guidebooks from Memory
It's that time of year when large groups of students make their pilgrimage to sunny climes or fresh powdered ski slopes. Before you go, here are nine things to keep in mind when you are travelling. Here are nine travel tips to keep in mind while you are enjoying Reading Week...
Be safe, have fun, and see you when you get back!! Safety tips for Reading Week
The Library wants you to go on a Blind Date with a Book
[Editor's note: Appropriate for a week that includes Valentine's Day, the University Library has put together a fascinating initiative. Staff are wrapping books in paper with a visible personal ad that hints at what the book is about. The power of a good story allows people to visit different places and times and makes for a potentially interesting blind date.] Book blind date
Many people have remarked Renison’s close-knit family atmosphere. With Monday, February 20 marking Family Day in many provinces across Canada, This Week at Renison considers it worth celebrating beyond the fact that it’s a statutory holiday. Here at Renison we have small class sizes, one of the lowest don-to-student ratios and events like College Dinners that bring staff, faculty, and students together. The importance of being family