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Next-Gen Islam

Many young first- and second-generation Canadian Muslims have an entirely different relationship to their religion than do their parents. A fascinating storytelling project illuminates how spirituality, expectations and community are shifting in this country’s youth-driven Islamic culture
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Who’s Afraid of Cancer?

Stress, anxiety and depression can leave cancer patients and their loved ones feeling helpless and hopeless. An increasingly valued and urgent discipline, psychosocial oncology is transforming the way people live with cancer
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A Lab Paving the Way for Better, Greener Roads

It’s all around us, but few of us pay much attention to the science behind the asphalt that makes up our walkways and roadways. A lab at the University of Calgary pays very close attention to the complexities of what the rest of us take for granted.
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10 Questions with Rajeev Nair on Volcanoes

Hidden within these potentially explosive formations is a lot of information about the history of the earth. It’s also cool to know they can be found deep underwater and way out in space.
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From Waste to Wealth

A student implements a black soldier fly biowaste treatment method in Tanzania that empowers women, and could positively impact human health and the environment
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7 People Paying it Forward in Calgary

These university champions are deeply invested in the community and believe philanthropy is about more than money. It’s also about cultivating a feeling of home, caring about the success of the next generation and building a better future.