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Bell Lets Talk Day raises money and questions

Bell Lets Talk Day raises money and questions

‘Rubber hits the road’ with budget today

‘Rubber hits the road’ with budget today

Temporary VP Academic appointed, search continues

Down and out at the State of the Province

Down and out at the State of the Province

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Helping hands in local mental health campaign

Helping hands in local mental health campaign

It was a Thursday night and Adam Horan was hanging out in a friend’s room in St. Thomas’ Chatham Hall residence. He sat slouched on one of the beds, casually munching on some chips. Horan…

Fighting more than just food

In fifth grade the health nurse wheeled in the old TV-on-a-stand contraption, popped a fictional video tape into the VCR and flicked off the lights. I watched an ultra-thin swimmer refuse meals, faint and regurgitate…

Pageants, possibilities and Facebook

Pageants, possibilities and Facebook

I am Miss New Brunswick 2015. I became the 60th crowned jewel of the province this past August. Since then, I have experienced things I…

My mom reunited a refugee family

My mom reunited a refugee family

I was young, but I remember my mother, Dawn Goff, spending her days off work selling tickets for a Sony DVD player. “I fundraised at…

Finding your identity far from home

Finding your identity far from home

The guy who took us from Baghdad to Najaf, where my father was buried, drove like someone from 2Fast 2Furious Baghdad Drift. It was me,…

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‘Ye or Nay: Will Kanye’s new album be any good or will it all fall down?

It’s no secret that I’ve been a fan Kanye West for a long time. I still remember buying his first album…

Returning Fire: not your average play

Returning Fire: not your average play

St. Thomas Alumn and established playwright Ryan Griffith is set to premiere his latest production with Theatre New Brunswick, Returning Fire.…

Painting with the help of Great Books

Painting with the help of Great Books

St. Thomas University’s Great Books program is just as thick as its syllabus – mountains of works by famous authors and…

N.B. local launches grassroots trading system

N.B. local launches grassroots trading system

It all started with a paper clip. Winding down on the last day of a New Brunswick music festival in 2011,…

Crafting in the digital era

Crafting in the digital era

Beth MacAusland makes it all – jewelry, soaps, bath products, melting waxes, you name it. The New Brunswick native loved crafting as a little girl – but as she grew…

Ashes to ashes: what Bowie left behind

Ashes to ashes: what Bowie left behind

Truth be told, when last Monday morning I saw David Bowie had died as I scrolled through my newsfeed, I had mixed feelings. While saddened by his death and a…

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Tommies stave off Rams second-half push

Tommies stave off Rams second-half push

The St. Thomas University Tommies men’s basketball team beat the Dalhousie University Agricultural Campus Rams 78-62 at the Lady Beaverbrook Gym on Jan. 30. “We came a long way from where we were,” said head coach Scott MacLeod. “We were well within our plan of…

STU Athletics support mental awareness

Blue Jays roost in Fredericton

UdeM take out STU on Tommies home ice

Creating a home court advantage

Track and field team prepares for Montreal

Tommies downed by Huskies 6-3

Women’s volleyball team hold high GPA