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Facilities: 1990 - 1999

Campus 1990s
Malaspina College campus early 1990s.
Image courtesy of VIU Archives


 

Art and Science of Green Buildings 1990s
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The Art, Science, and Business of Green Buildings: Malaspina College's exemplary green practices - an article with photographs designed and written by The wade williams corporation, late 1990s.


 

Milner House 1990s
Veronica Milner donated her historic estate in Qualicum Beach to Malaspina University College in 1996.  The property includes a 1929 colonial-style residence and an English garden looking over the Strait of Georgia containing more than 500 species of rhododendron.  Milner made the gift with the intention of preserving the gardens for future generations.
Image courtesy of VIU Archives



Tozan kiln, first firing, MUC 1995
Leslie G. Beardsley and Tozan Master Potter Yukio Yamamoto fire the Tozan Kiln built at Malaspina U-C in 1995 and governed by the Tozan Kiln Society. The kiln, one of three in the world, was relocated in 2009 to Tamagawa University in Cedar, BC.
Image courtesy of VIU Archives

Building Tozan Kiln
Building the Tozan Kiln, 1995.
Image courtesy of Rusty Joerin www.woodsgift.ca

Tozan building 1995
Tozan Master Potter Yukio Yamamoto adds bricks to the Tozan Kiln built at Malaspina U-C, 1995.
Image courtesy of Rusty Joerin www.woodsgift.ca

Tozan 1995
Tozan Master Potter Yukio Yamamoto (left) and a volunteer add bricks to the Tozan Kiln built at Malaspina U-C, 1995.
Image courtesy of Rusty Joerin www.woodsgift.ca



Student protest Parkway passing through Malaspina UC
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Students protest plans for Nanaimo's Inner Route (Parkway) to pass through the middle of Malaspina's 5th Street Campus. In the end the protest was successful and the Parkway was re-directed around Malaspina.
Image Courtesy of the Navigator, Feb. 1990

College Expanding 1993
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Malaspina University-College expands as Nanaimo's construction booms. Projects in the 1990s include: the Pacific Institute of Aquaculture and Fisheries, expansion of the math/chemistry building, an extension of the environmental sciences building, a new arts and sciences building, a second story on the arts building, renovations of the upper and lower cafeterias, and construction of a new student services/business programs building.
Article Courtesy of Outlook, March 1993