Outgoing EIC letter

Growing up, I hated the news. It was all explosions, war and terror. It ...

English department loses its Muise

Sitting upon a sun-drenched bench in a local downtown café, John Muise’s eyes were ...

Letter to the Editor: A letter to save John Muise

Editor’s note: On March 2 English professor John Muise received a letter saying there ...

Presidential ballot to be recast

After deciding Eduardo Luiz Móntañez was wrongfully disqualified from this spring’s St. Thomas University Students’ ...

STUSU briefs March 2

Motion for impeachment Jimy Beltran proposed a motion of impeachment for Brandon LeBlanc. He ...

Updated: What the f*ck happened on the days before STUSU elections

Five people got disqualified, that’s what happened. Two candidates for indigenous representative, a social ...

International students covered under provincial health care

The provincial government will cover healthcare costs for all international students studying at New ...

Province expands tuition relief programs

Premier Brian Gallant announced a tuition relief program for students who don’t qualify for ...

St. Thomas Senate briefs Feb. 16

President, vice-chancellor and chair of senate Dawn Russell was not present on the Feb. ...

STU did not recognize black history month

St. Thomas University has not recognized Black History Month, and one student in particular ...

How STU’s sexual violence policy intervened after no one heard

Reader discretion advised: This article contains some graphic content It happened on a casual ...

Q&A with student associations

Michael McDonald, Executive Director of Canadian Alliance of Student Association (CASA) and Robert Burroughs, Executive ...