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Featured alumni: Sandra-Mae Lux, Jazz Studies
Jazz artist Sandra-Mae Lux released her three-track EP, Moment in the Sun, moments ago. The EP provides an appetizer for her forthcoming full-length album, Happily Ever Now.
Guitar Girl Magazine caught up with Sandra-Mae Lux to discover more about her influences, what she’s listening to right now and her songwriting process.
More alumni stories
Kai Bradbury, a graduate of the Musical Theatre program at CapU, has appeared in several well-known TV series, including Supernatural, Altered Carbon, Lucifer and The Man in the High Castle.
Now he begins a role on the show Motherland: Fort Salem.
Learn more about his exciting career in this interview with Players, Performers and Portrayers.
Taylor McCarthy, who finished her Communication Studies degree this summer at CapU, is leaving Canada to join the United States Navy, starting boot camp in Great Lakes, Illinois last month.
She and shared her unique story of being Black and Indigenous as well as her experiences with racism in Canada in a wide-ranging conversation with the Squamish Chief in June.
"I completely attribute Capilano University and their mentors for my courage to move forward and accept the challenges that have been presented to me. The Local Government programs and the MATI courses are amazing programs that I recommend frequently to coworkers."
"I have moved from the Administrative Clerk, Executive Assistant, Director of Corporate Administration to the CAO of the organization in 6 short years, this was all made possible by my education, mentors and support of colleagues I met at Capilano University."
– Dawn Low
Read more about Dawn and her story in the Revelstoke Current.
As one of the most affected sectors, the current COVID-19 pandemic presents the tourism industry with a major and evolving challenge.
Join a conversation, the first in our Shaping the Future series, with industry experts Bruce Poon Tip, Founder, G Adventures, Daniel Dubois, Co-founder of Key Living, Paula Amos, Chief marketing and development officer, IndigenousTourismBC and Paolo Fresnoza, Instructor, Faculty of Global & Community Studies at CapU.
The panel discusses how best to navigate the challenges, draw from lessons learned to reshape the tourism industry, and prepare for a more sustainable, inclusive and resilient future post-COVID-19.
An honest and open conversation with your fellow CapU Alumni parents, as they discuss and share best practices on parenting during COVID19.
Music Therapy alumnae Kayla Turnbull and Lizzy Walsh, with their company Soul Sounds Music Therapy, led a group music therapy session with household instruments.
Learn how to make two signature cocktails from the creative minds at Sons of Vancouver Distillery with James Lester, CapU Alumnus and Brian Newham.
Learn from Mark Virgin, President of Anxiety Canada and Mark Antczak, Anxiety Canada's in-house Registered Clinical Counsellor and Clinical Educator, as they discuss ways of maintaining emotional health, regulating emotions and developing strategies to cope with uncertainty.
Listen to an engaging panel discussion featuring Chancellor David T. Fung, former B.C. Premier Michael Harcourt and Janet Burgess, VP at BlueShore Financial as they discuss their remarkable career paths and life journeys, share their personal stories of overcoming adversity, and describe what they’ve learned along the way.