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STUSU Briefs Oct. 19, 2017

Help desk coordinator needed External hiring has been opened for a new help desk ...

UN sustainable development workshop: “a first step”

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Workshop was held on St. Thomas University and ...

Total enrolment declines, international enrolment rises

St. Thomas University’s overall student population has declined slightly, with a significant increase in ...

Re-elected OC rep “deceives” STUSU after leaving university

The St. Thomas University Students’ Union learned last Monday that Brandon Scott LeBlanc was ...

STUSU rep appointment, bylaw suspension concerns students

The appointment of the Indigenous representative of the St. Thomas University Students’ Union is ...

NBSA, city chamber seek to increase international student opportunities

The Fredericton Chamber of Commerce and the New Brunswick Student Alliance are collaborating to ...

Plans for new course on LGBTQ identities

What is now a standard class at other universities may be added to St. ...

Catching up with STU’s lost Muise

It was a similar sweltering sunny afternoon when I walked downtown to meet John ...

Maneuvering campus in a wheelchair “dangerous”: student

Second-year student Malachi Reddick, who was recently injured in a skateboarding accident and now ...

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: ...

STUSU Briefs Oct. 3

Three new clubs Vice-president administration Matt LeBlanc said three new clubs have been approved. ...