News for International Development

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Practising self-care for students

woman sitting and meditating

Coming into university, many students don’t feel as though they have a full understanding of their mental health and how to ensure they are taking care of it. Mental wellbeing is how well a person can cope with the stresses, changes, and happenings of day-to-day life.  

Friday, December 10, 2021

A short but sweet visit from Mme Michaëlle Jean

Mme Michaelle Jean with St. Paul's board members

Just over a year ago, St. Paul’s proudly welcomed our third Chancellor, Mme Michaëlle Jean. Chancellor is a ceremonial position of the Board of Governors of St.

Thursday, July 22, 2021

OVERVIEW OF THE NEW VACCINE POLICY

In earlier correspondence, we conveyed a strong expectation that students living in our undergraduate residences should get a COVID vaccination. I am writing today to inform you that, pursuant to a new directive from the Medical Officer of Health for the Region of Waterloo, vaccination is now a requirement. 

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Chancellor Michaëlle Jean already shining as St. Paul’s goodwill ambassador

Seyni Mbaye and Michaëlle Jean

It didn’t take long for our newest chancellor to show her unique value to our St. Paul’s community. During a recent visit to Dakar, Senegal, the Right Honorable Michaëlle Jean, 27th Governor General of Canada, took the time to award former student Seyni Mbaye (BES ’17) with a Young Alumni Award.

Thursday, November 12, 2020

GreenHouse alum receives 30 under 30 leadership award for work in sustainability issues

Beth Eden

Recent alumna of the GreenHouse social impact incubator at St. Paul’s University College, Beth Eden (BES'20) has been recognized by Corporate Knights magazine as one of 30 young leaders under 30 making a difference in sustainability issues in Canada.