We’re already ahead of the travel ban: STU

St. Thomas University has no special plans to expand its existing resources for international ...

Prof upholds Maliseet stories, language in new book

Professor emeritus Andrea Bear Nicholas has taken part in the creation of a book ...

Humanitarians call for action

New development and humanitarian opportunities are popping up for students, starting with a campaign ...

Gallant showcases ‘greatest hits’ at state of province address

Premier Brian Gallant’s announcement of a $7-million investment in a literacy fund, $230 million towards ...

Province to work with universities for predictable tuition

The provincial government announced it will be seeking agreements with universities to limit tuition ...

Blaine Higgs named provincial PC leader

Blaine Higgs can now plan on leading the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick ...

PC leadership candidates encourage students to get into politics

Candidates in the New Brunswick Progressive Conservative leadership race encouraged students to get involved ...

New budget will impact students and STU

New Brunswick’s 2015-2016 budget was not particularly kind to students, but St. Thomas University ...

Student says food complaints ignored

Janelle Marchand, a second-year philosophy student at St. Thomas University, has something in common ...

Commission formed to study fracking in New Brunswick

The New Brunswick government appointed a commission to study the possible future of shale ...

‘Moose Wizz’ soda-maker responds to Moosehead suit

John Carr, Founder of “Adirondack Pub & Brewing Inc.”, is surprised at the intensity ...

Green Party leader bashes Harper at STU lecture

Federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May held nothing back when she began talking about Bill ...