CFL athletes share their athletic and personal stories with Master’s College students
On Wednesday November 20, four days before the 2019 Grey Cup Football championship was played this year in Calgary, about 350 Grade 6-12 students watched an athletic assembly in the College gym and cheered insanely for about 20 of their Eagles athletes as they took on CFL athletes in five sports.
This Is How the Master’s Film Festival Is Still Going Strong After 4 Years
"The theatre went dark, and the silver screen lit up as the first film began and the audience noise descended into a kind of anticipative silence. Some of the films were terrifying, others gut-wrenchingly funny, and others just plain disgusting."
This Is Why at Master’s We Are the “Crazy Ones”
The Big WHY is more than having a sense of purpose in life. It is about purposefully making a difference in our world; having a cause that is bigger than yourself. Imaginal Leaders are those who have shaped the world we live in. Not only do they possess a deep sense of purpose, they possess a driving vision to create something new like Steve Jobs, to transform their world like Mahatma Gandhi, or to help the needy like Mother Teresa.
Results That Stand Out – Let’s Hire This Kid!
Students now, and in the future, will be facing the demanding challenge of being able to stand out in the crowd. At Master’s, we give our students the best chance to land the careers that will bring personal joy and satisfaction. Let’s help them stand out in the crowd!
10 Things About The New Master’s Advancement Program You Probably Didn’t Know
Advancement is key to the growth and sustainability of an academic institution. These 10 points will give you the low-down on Advancement at Master's.
How Do Students Learn from the Future?
Virtually all of the curriculum taught in schools represents knowledge that is already known, and it is all about the past. At Master’s, we want our students to not only learn from the past at a high level of proficiency, we also want them to learn from the future. However, how do you learn from the future?
Student Council Members At Master’s Attended The Calgary Leadership Prayer Breakfast And It Was Inspiring
"[Students] had come to engage in the conversation about what’s happening in our city and province, and to be part of offering it all up to God in prayer. These are the kinds of young people, I thought to myself, who I want to take up the torch as the next generation of leaders. Some maintain that the young people of today are too digital to be adequate leaders of our world—that they are the "disengaged". But I didn’t see that with our students. They were attentive, caring, and deeply engaged."