For the past few weeks, This Week at Renison has been following the launch of the Just Like You* campaign from the International Anthropomorphic Research Project (FurScience.com), which began on Thursday, December 1 (and has now been viewed tens of thousands of times and been virally shared on CBC News) to promote p
At the beginning of December, Renison's Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Wendy Fletcher toured several universities and cultural sites in China while delivering lectures and attending the 11th Global Confucius Institute Conference as the featured artist for 2016.
By this time, most of you are probably packing up, moving out, or winding down for the holidays. Together let’s celebrate the end of a productive semester in which we have made new friends, learned more about each other, and continued the legacy of the close-knit community Renison is known for. Please accept our best wishes for happy holidays and another successful year in 2017.
Renison is known as a small, close-knit community with a family atmosphere. In its 220-bed residence, students are put together on floors of roughly 25 students with an upper-year student "don" who is available as a role model.
This year Renison`s "family atmosphere" has taken on a literal meaning for two residents. Allie and Maddy Leadbetter are twin sisters who live together here, and This Week at Renison recently caught up with them to find out more about their experience.