Hello Calgary Journal subscribers!
Welcome to the very first newsletter of 2023! My name is Thomas and I will be the newsletter editor for the next few months. Our editors and reporters are busy working on getting fresh stories to you as we move into the second month of the semester, so there is a lot of exciting content on the way!
This edition of the newsletter features some of our top new stories:
- AUArts photography students ‘break all the rules’ in the new exhibit Graduating photographers from the Alberta University of the Arts are showcasing their work this month at a new exhibit called mango.
- Calgary high school students among the first to work on electric vehicles For decades, students learned how to build and repair vehicles that rely on fossil fuels. But this local school recently took a new approach in the wake of climate change.
- Canadian Mental Health Association launches learning platform for teens and young adults Many people, especially young people, struggle with their mental health. To help, the Canadian Mental Health Association, Calgary Region has launched a new online tool to help.
— Thomas Patterson, newsletter editor
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