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Joah and Brian live on

By Chris Beauchamp

Following last week’s sentencing of the driver in a pedestrian accident that claimed the lives of two University of Calgary students in 2003, the parents of Brian Collins and Joah Atkinson are committed to focusing on the positive projects to come out of their loss. Two annual U of C awards have been set up… Continue reading Joah and Brian live on

Deceased students honoured with memorial fund

By Lawrence Bailey

In the aftermath of a tragic September evening, the spirit of two brilliant lives cut short shines on. Brian Collins and Joah Atkinson, a pair of University of Calgary students killed in a vehicle-pedestrian accident north of campus on Sept. 30, will long be remembered in the hearts and minds of their friends and family,… Continue reading Deceased students honoured with memorial fund

Memory garden

By Tim and Cease Atkinson

Editor, the Gauntlet, Re: “Memorial garden for late student,” Jul 27, 2004 Many thanks to the members of the Gauntlet newsweekly for the coverage on our daughter Joah and Brian’s memorial bench and garden. We hope you all take time out of your busy lives and stop to enjoy the beautiful spot the university has… Continue reading Memory garden

Bursary keeps rugby star’s memory alive

By Marty Hastings

Robust, gregarious, loving, outgoing and passionate are all adjectives that can be used to describe Joah Atkinson, a graduate of Earl Marriott secondary school bordering Surrey and White Rock who was killed by a careless driver in 2003. Those positive descriptions can be applied to Sylvie Mullen, also a Marriott alumna, who is keeping Joah’s… Continue reading Bursary keeps rugby star’s memory alive