Tag: education

Commentary: A farewell to STU

This is it for me, my final “See y’all later.” I’m graduating in May ...

Education scholarship created in memory of Anne-Marie Eagles

A new scholarship has been created in Anne-Marie Eagles’ memory. Eagles, the late wife ...

Speak Your Mind: What boys need to be taught

Maybe if we teach 13-year-old boys to act like adults, then we won’t have ...

Choosing an education to please everyone

Nothing is more discouraging than hearing a parent or a close friend disagree with ...

Margaret McCain sees education as “the great equalizer”

Philanthropist and former lieutenant-governor of New Brunswick Margaret McCain advocated firmly for universal early ...

STU no longer promotes low tuition

St. Thomas University is no longer offering low tuition as a selling point for potential ...

How to improve poverty in Canada

Former NB Youth Advocate Bernard Richard and the Sanctuary House leader Melanie Beaulieu discussed ...

Literacy: if they can, why can’t we?

A few weeks ago, my journalism class was treated to a presentation from the ...

The value of a liberal arts education

My cab driver turned left into the parking lot beside Brian Mulroney Hall. He ...

Re-Thinking Public Post-Secondary Education Funding

The recent students’ movement in Quebec formed in response to the provincial government’s plan ...

STU student encouraging kids to be creative

A St. Thomas University education student has started a program that’s helping kids share ...

N.B. can learn from Quebec student strike

Quebec has traditionally had the lowest tuition fees in the country and a history ...

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