New music festival gives stage to unconventional genres

A new festival is seeking to bring recognition to New Brunswick artists and the ...

Recognizing the spirituality in narrative

Janet Ruffing, the professor in the practice of spirituality and ministerial leadership at Yale ...

Tale of Two Tommies: Cats and Dogs

William Cumming: Cats versus dogs is an argument as old as, well, cats and ...

Life lessons through art: Photography

First, I want to say that I don’t consider myself an “artist.” I’m passionate ...

Beaverbrook Gallery opens new wing

After nearly two years of construction, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery opened the doors of ...

Stories of Fredericton’s homeless brought to life in human library

Reading a book has been the oldest way to transport yourself into another world, ...

Fortune of Wolves: The Fate is in the die

Even before the two-hour play began you were listening to music that reminded you ...

Jan Wong’s new book adds another story to mother-son genre

St. Thomas University journalism professor Jan Wong has published yet another book.  Apron Strings: ...

Keeping live music on campus

CHSR has been hosting live performances in their lobby in an effort to bring ...

A Tale of Two Tommies: Pineapple on pizza

Troy Glover What do you think when you hear pizza? You think some nice ...

The Handmaid’s Tale makes viewers question the future

Fresh off eight Emmy wins and 13 nominations, Hulu’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale provides ...

STU student releases solo album

An emerging voice on campus recently marked her spot in Fredericton’s thriving music scene. ...