Feature stories

Mount Allison alumna Laurel Young

Creating a human connection

Dr. Laurel Young (’90) follows passion for performance into a career in music therapy and academia

Mount Allison Quartet-in-Residence, the Tesla Quartet.

The Tesla Quartet

Marjorie Young Bell String Quartet-in-Residence 2016-2017

Mount Allison alumna Eleanor McCain

WEB EXTRA: A musical love letter

Eleanor McCain’s (’91) ambitious, cross-country project to spotlight iconic Canadian music

Mount Allison alumni Irma and Scott Mulherin.

WEB EXTRA: An opportunity to shine

Irma ('99) and Scott Mulherin ('99) bring big music to a small town

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Class Notes
1960s-2010s class notes
Find out what your classmates are up to

MountiePride - Branden Olsen

#MountiePride
A focus on the Arts
Music student Branden Olsen ('17) is first dean of arts intern at Mount Allison

Mount Allison's first Bachelor of Music graduate, Mary Elsinore Tait.

Allisonian Archives
Breaking new ground
Mary Elsinore “Elsie” Tait (1917) — Mount Allison’s first Bachelor of Music graduate

In Memoriam

In Memoriam
Departed Allisonians
Compiled from information sent to University Advancement from Sept. 16, 2016-Dec. 15, 2016

Mounties Women's Hockey Reunion

Events and Gatherings
Fall 2016 Alumni Events
From receptions to reunions, Mount Allison alumni and friends found many reasons to get together this past fall

The four presidents of the Maple League of Universities

Campus Beat
Introducing the Maple League
Maple League of Universities next step in partnership between four liberal arts universities

Mount Allison Music grad Gwen Black, Class of 1933

Allisonian Archives
Living a life of influence
Music grad Gwen Black (’33) becomes a community leader in Sackville and beyond

Music Department Head Stephen Runge

The Last Word
Marking a milestone
Music Department Head Stephen Runge discusses the past, present, and future of Music at Mount Allison

Mount Allison Moncton Alumni Chapter gathering.

Events and Gatherings
Moncton & Eastern Newfoundland
Under the leadership of young alumni, two Atlantic Canadian Alumni chapters are resurging after a number of quiet years

Computer science students headed to world finals.

Campus Beat
Students headed to world competition
Computer science team first from Mount A to earn spot at programming competition World Finals

Mount Allison physics professor Dr. David Hornidge.

Research and Creative
The physics of music and sound
Physics professor Dr. David Hornidge teaches interdisciplinary physics and music course