KPU in the News - August 11, 2014

This report is a modified summary of Kwantlen Polytechnic University's media coverage for the week of August 11, 2014. For more KPU news, visit:

Fine arts majors Alyx Essers and Tessa Nickel helped give the Langley Hospice Society a fantastical facelift. For their art practice in the community class, both students created a 'Narnia room' for children and families. The event was promoted in the Langley Times.
    - Read the story here. Photos are available on KPU's Flickr page.

New and returning university students can learn (or re-learn) what it takes to thrive at university with three days of workshops and sessions at KPU Surrey. 'It's About U' runs August 19-21.

White Rock's Vendel Festival art show was held August 16. The event was organized by KPU alumna Sussanne Hoiberg, whose pastels and watercolours were featured.
    - Read the story here.

In advance of the Richmond Addiction Services Society's two-session series on society's addition to digital devices, the Richmond News ran an article exploring the issue. KPU experts Ross Laird and Sabrina Del Monte contributed their views on the theme's psychological and sociological aspects.