In what promises to be a blazingly-relevant session, acclaimed St. Louis-based author and journalist Sarah Kendzior is scheduled to share her thoughts on the results of the U.S. midterm elections, the Trump administration and the political and economic risks faced by...read more
We recently spoke with two of our second-year students, Danny Gerdzhikova (YR44/2019, Bulgaria) and Juan Daniel Arias Mesén (YR44/2019, Costa Rica) about their summer “in-between” (the gap between first year and second year) and transformation is written all over their story.read more
Every year, the arrival of Autumn in the northern hemisphere and a new academic year, brings a sparkle in the air and the excitement of new beginnings.
Here, on Pedder Bay and the traditional territory of the Scia’new First Nation, it is a time of shorter days and cooler weather. The impression that the days are shorter is heightened by the increase in activity ever since our students arrived on campus: the first time in eight years that we have had a full complement of 200 students!read more
Atsikana Pa Ulendo -- Girls on the Move Makes an Impression at Global Affairs A spontaneous standing ovation in response and with gratitude to Global Affairs Speaker Series presenters may not be absolutely unprecedented but nor is it a regular occurrence. But this...read more
Class Year Scholarships (or Class Campaigns) are a great way for Pearson College UWC alumni to give back to the College by directly supporting current students. Pearson Class Years that take on this initiative raise funds to support at least one student scholarship for their two full years at the College.read more
Pearson College UWC visual arts teacher Eva Campbell is not only a beloved faculty member, but a successful artist in her own right. Her most recent work can be found in the children’s book Africville, by Shauntay Grant & Eva Campbell, which has been nominated for a Governor General’s Award for children’s books.read more