Movie Premiere Featuring U of S Alumnus

Kim Coates (BA’91) will be in Saskatoon Friday, March 27, 2009, for the premiere of his new film “45 R.P.M.”
45 R.P.M. is about Parry, a young Saskatchewan teenager who, by a fluke atmospheric weather condition, hears a New York radio show promoting a new contest. Parry believes this may be his ticket out of town, and away from a life to which he feels he never belonged.
Coates is well known for his versatility as an actor, appearing in many stage, small screen and big screen productions. He has over 40 movies to his credit, including Hostage starring Bruce Willis and the award winning film Black Hawk Down.
The premiere is on Friday, March 27 at the Broadway Theatre (715 Broadway Avenue). Showtime is 7 p.m. For more information visit http://www.broadwaytheatre.ca/imovies.php

Learn how your gift to the Annual Fund campaign is having an impact on U of S students

Learn how your gift to the Annual Fund 2008-09 campaign is already having an impact on U of S students by checking out the first issue of Per Annum: News for Alumni and Friends of the University of Saskatchewan. See how much money has been raised in the first half of the campaign, read interviews and comments from students, and much more!
Visit the Annual Fund webpage to download the .pdf of Per Annum.

Three U of S Alumni Receive Aboriginal Achievement Awards

Three of the 14 National Aboriginal Achievement Award recipients for 2009 are U of S alumni. The awards will be given out by the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation at its 16th annual gala event in Winnipeg on Friday, March 6, 2009
Reverend Stan Cuthand will be honoured with the Lifetime Achievement award, Cecil King will receive the Education award and Candace Grier-Lowe will receive the Health award.

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