STU Arts Spotlight: Kassy Axhemi

Second-year St. Thomas University student Kassy Axhemi, double honours in philosophy and political science, ...

Still swinging: How Fredericton’s swing dancers keep the craze in style

When your Monday night involves swing dancing in an abandoned train station next to ...

A Tale of Two Tommies: Valentine’s Day

Matt: We live in a ceaselessly polarizing political climate. We no longer watch the ...

Pink Lobster: New festival to showcase LGBTQ films

The newly created LGBTQ Pink Lobster film festival will run Feb. 16 to 18 ...

Theatre UNB asks, are we Better Living?

Theatre UNB’s production of Better Living appears to be a comedy about a normal ...

STU Arts Spotlight: Wei Qing Tan

Second-year St. Thomas University student Wei Qing Tan is from Malaysia; she has studied ...

A Tale of Two Tommies: Group Projects

Robbie: Dear political science undergraduate, If I offended you in any way by stealing ...

#JusticeforBarb: When fan preference overthrows narrative

Spoiler alert: Stranger Things is hands down one of the best Netflix series of ...

TST attempts social advocacy with No White Picket Fence

No White Picket Fence may be one of the most self-aware productions Theatre St. ...

Paintbrush-wielding gladiators compete in Art Battle #480

Imagine a gladiatorial match, but instead of armour the competitors wear paint-splattered aprons, and ...

STU Arts Spotlight: Kira Chisholm

Second-year St. Thomas University student Kira Chisholm is an English major with a concentration ...

A Tale of Two Tommies: Assigned Seating

Matt: My routine consists of waking at the crack of noon, unicycling to school, ...