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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 ...

STUSU briefs Feb. 2

Academic awards ceremony St. Thomas University Students’ Union president Fernanda Damiani has met with ...

Arms linked, marching against Islamophobia

It was freezing but it was beautiful. Three years ago when I landed in ...

STUSU briefs Feb. 2

Award ceremony planned St. Thomas University Students’ Union President Fernanda Damiani met with university ...

Students attend vigils for victims of Quebec mosque shooting

Last Monday, mourners and allies of all ethnicities, religions and ages gathered together to pay ...

Editorial: STU senate must be more open, allow recording

Five years ago, McGill University began live streaming its senate meetings to the university community. ...