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New year, new clubs, new outreach

St. Thomas University's clubs and societies have been forced to think of creative ways to engage with students in wake of the university offering...

Arts

Home: COVID-19 from the eyes of an Ecuadorian

On March 17, I booked an emergency flight back home to Ecuador. The government was closing the borders before midnight the next day and...

Art student encaptures the homeless through painting

St. Thomas University third-year student Jamie LeBlanc uses her art to tell stories of the overlooked people in society. She’s known for an art series...

Indigenous film maker creates short film under COVID-19 restrictions

Kennlin Barlow, from Indian Island First Nation in Kent County, New Brunswick, finished filming his upcoming short-film, Summertime, as part of an anthology series called The Lemon...

Commentary: Marvel-Us

“In my culture, death is not the end, it’s more of a stepping off point.” These were the words of the first Black-led Marvel Cinematic Universe...

Memory in music: Remembering Harry Rigby

The former St. Thomas University Dean of Men, the namesake of Rigby Hall and the founder of the Thomists, Harry Rigby, passed away on...

Review: Tenet, ‘delightfully confusing’

It’s been two months since Cineplex re-opened their doors in New Brunswick due to the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s an eerie experience. I sat and gazed...

Sports

A campus without sports

In June, the Atlantic University Sport and the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association, the governing bodies of St. Thomas sports belongs to, chose to cancel...
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Commentary: Marvel-Us

“In my culture, death is not the end, it’s more of a stepping off point.” These were the words of the first Black-led Marvel Cinematic Universe...

Commentary: Moving into residence during a pandemic

For six months, this is the breathtaking, rural landscape I have woken up to every morning.  After loading the last box into Dad’s pickup, it...

The ‘Wil’ of the People: What you need to know this provincial election.

'Wil of the People' is a series of political commentaries by third-year Great Books and political science student Wil Robertson. I am starting my third...

Commentary: South Korea needs to face their not-so-hidden sexual abuse problems

Warning: This commentary contains graphic and abusive content and derogatory and misogynistic language. From late 2018 until early 2020, up to 260,000 people entered a...

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