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Ian Vaillancourt and Glen Taylor

What is it like to do a PhD?

What is it like to do a PhD? Perhaps the best person of whom to ask such a question is someone who is just wrapping up the long, sometimes stressful, always challenging process. Ian Vaillancourt (pictured at far left with his thesis supervisor, Glen Taylor) is one such person. As a Wycliffe student, he successfully completed his PhD thesis defence on May 9, 2017.

Date Published: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Wycliffe College professors Marion and Glen Taylor and family

In honour of the International Day of Families

The International Day of Families - so declared by the United Nations - is observed on the 15th of May every year. So, in honour of families, we share this reflection, from one of our own.

Date Published: Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Dyson Hague's portrait is seen through the door of the Cody Library

When past and present come together

The Rev. Dyson Hague is a larger-than-life figure in the history of Wycliffe College. A faculty member from 1907 until his death in 1935, he left behind a wonderful legacy of faith not only for those who would come after him here, but for generations of family members. Recently, Wycliffe Communications Director Patricia Paddey met two of his descendants. She blogs about her experience here. 

Date Published: Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Ephraim Radner

Find out why Radner is "Rad" (translation - that means awesome!)

Find out what drives, inspires our Faculty. To read more about Ephraim, visit  his Faculty Profile.

Ephraim Radner

Terrance Donaldson

Lord, Teach Us To Pray - Jan 14

Terry Donaldson, speaking at the chapel service on January 14 on the subject of Lord Teach us to Pray.

Terry Donaldson

Is There a Conflict Between Science and Religion?

A dialogue between two voices in science: Dr. Denis Alexander and Dr. Larry Moran.

Dr. Denis Alexander and Dr. Larry Moran