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Dress code protesters suspended

STUSU Briefs – Nov. 27

Armchair activism: helping or hurting social movements?

Confessions of a rogue Facebook page

Confessions of a rogue Facebook page

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Student stress

David Gallant is writing an eight page history essay. His books are sprawled out in front of him on the kitchen table. There are empty beer cans neatly grouped near the current beer he is…

We landed on a goddamn comet

It’s been a busy month in the news with no shortage of things to talk about. Some of us have been taken by the disappointing but unsurprising verdict from the grand jury in Ferguson and the…

Comic Book Queen

Comic Book Queen

Walking into Christine Cornell’s office is like walking through the wardrobe into Narnia. Her room is littered with detail. The more you look the more…

When friends drift away

When friends drift away

It is April. The spring is finally beginning to pull Prince Edward Island out of the worst winter it has seen in years. The temperatures…

The reality of cat-calling

The reality of cat-calling

Hadeel Ibrahim has experienced street harassment and cat calling regularly. The second-year STU student was born in Iraq, raised in Dubai and has been going…

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Music fuels Sean Michaels’ writing

Sean Michaels is the 2014 Scotia Bank Giller Prize winner for his book, Us Conductors about Léon Theremin, the inventor of the…

ShiftWork tests the limits

ShiftWork will be back with their fifth art show titled B&W(+1) that will set limitations on the artists. “For this one…

Da Vinci College brings new opportunities for Fredericton students

Da Vinci College brings new opportunities for Fredericton students

The Centre for Arts and Technology in Fredericton goes by a new name now, and new, cheaper opportunities to compete with…

Writer’s Block

Sea foam wraps itself around the man’s ankles and seaweed drags over the sand, tickling his skin with their salted arms.…

Elephants Gerald a musical getaway

Elephants Gerald a musical getaway

Need a vacation? Then throw on some Elephants Gerald, a new Fredericton band with a funky beat and melodic undertone who’ll  make you feel like you’re drinking from a coconut.…

The Wasteland Zombies to rise again

The Wasteland Zombies to rise again

January, 1994. Fredericton, New Brunswick. Huddled around their amplifiers and instruments in a freezing cold “studio” apartment on Prospect Street are The Wasteland Zombies. They’re in the midst of recording…

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Years off serving MacDonald well

Years off serving MacDonald well

Laura MacDonald didn’t think she was even going to make the St. Thomas women’s volleyball team after taking two years off from the sport. She nearly missed the first tryout. Now, she is leading the league in service aces and was named STU athlete of…

Rugby without borders

Defense stops the charge

Balanced attack too much for Crandall

Women’s hockey returns the favour

Third period push not enough in Battle of the Hill

People come first, but winning comes often

Men’s hockey gets first win of the season