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Human rights is a journey not a destination

Human rights is a journey not a destination

STU alumna supporting African education

STU alumna supporting African education

St. Thomas has high hopes for gas pump warnings

St. Thomas has high hopes for gas pump warnings

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When “Am I Next” hits home: what happened to my aunt

I remember sitting in the first floor lounge in Harrington Hall. It was my first year. Some friends and I were cracking jokes, and I think I was quoting the Chappelle Show when I got…

Starbucks in Fredericton: bosom buddy or barbarian at the gate?

It’s been hypothesized that the Roman Empire fell because of lead poisoning in their (admittedly lead­-based) water supply. It’s a largely discredited theory, but people still like to talk about it. Perhaps what makes it…

Brooks’ Brew

I was knee-high when I had my first experience with beer. I remember many days where my sister and I would sit on the kitchen…

Exploring gender roles in video games

Exploring gender roles in video games

Kara Brauen has been playing video games since childhood. She remembers playing the mine cart level of Donkey Kong Country for hours. She memorized exactly…

Economically driven

Economically driven

I’d like to take you on a tour through Bathurst. It’s not exactly a popular tourist spot. I think it’s important, though. So drive up…

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Interstellar: a slightly flawed work of art

Cinema retains certain panache when it delves into the concept of space, usually portraying man’s most ambitious achievement with a side…

TST to bring Shakespeare to the present

TST to bring Shakespeare to the present

Shakespeare’s comedic and controversial play The Taming of the Shrew is taking stage in the Black Box Theatre this week as…

Seeing Charlotte video to capture sounds and sights of CSAC

Seeing Charlotte video to capture sounds and sights of CSAC

Matt Carter plans on bringing the Charlotte Street Arts Centre to life through the sounds that can be heard from inside.…

Cold Cuts Festival makes its way to Fredericton

The Yukon based Cold Cuts Video Festival will be making it’s way to the Charlotte Street Art Centre from Nov. 6 to…

Hip Feminism

Hip Feminism

  Penelope Stevens will explore what it means to be a feminist through the lens of her iPhone in her new solo exhbit, #myhiphegemony. “I don’t know when feminism became…

An insider’s look into the Silver Wave Film Festival

An insider’s look into the Silver Wave Film Festival

This week not only brings together filmmakers, but actors, writers, producers, editors and film fanatics packed into four venues, six days and over 100 films. Here’s an inside look into…

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Tommies depth makes them a tough cover

Tommies depth makes them a tough cover

  The St. Thomas women’s basketball team had the lead for all four quarters against the University of King’s College Blue Devils, in route to their fourth win of the season. The game was also their fourth win against the Blue Devils, as they beat…

Men’s basketball team still a work in progress

Tommies fall in women’s rugby championship

Women’s basketball remains undefeated

Olympian’s journey takes her to STU

Men’s basketball team handed rough road loss

Women’s rugby headed to finals

Men’s volleyball poised to be a powerhouse