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STU graduate gets deal in Dragon’s Den

Sawyer Hannay walks onto the set of CBC's Dragon's Den. He wears a red and black plaid shirt with his company logo of Country Liberty...

Arts

Behind the screens of TST’s staged reading of The Refugee Hotel

Sara Lamk sat behind the computer screen at her last rehearsal for The Refugee Hotel, Theatre St. Thomas's latest play. It’s her first play...

What is a Canadian icon? Remembering Alex Trebek

Kayla Brinston, a St. Thomas University graduate, said she discovered Jeopardy! after she graduated from STU in 2013. She said the game show's host,...

Commentary: PS5 versus Xbox Series X, the choice of the decade

Though 2020 is deplorable for everyone, a glimpse of hope shines for gamers. The release of the next generation of consoles is upon us, which...

Local products deck the halls of north side Christmas market

More than 60 vendors packed the main pool courtyard and adjacent ballroom for the North Side Creator’s Market inaugural Christmas market at the Ramada...

Remembrance Day: Paying tribute to every sacrifice

Throughout his career as a writer, St. Thomas University English professor Stuart Donovan has honoured the legacy of his father, a former soldier, by...

Sweet Dreams play brings Broadway talent to Fredericton

Sweet Dreams first swept the Fredericton Playhouse on Oct. 22. With the play's high turnout, a third show had to be added to the listing due...

Sports

The art of competitive fighting

A fight club isn't the first place that comes to mind when thinking of camaraderie. But Ben Leece and Christian Granter made their dream...
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Commentary: Being a mom and student during a pandemic

As I roll over in bed, an eager toddler climbs on top of me and yells  “mommy it’s wake up time!”  I moan as I...

Commentary: PS5 versus Xbox Series X, the choice of the decade

Though 2020 is deplorable for everyone, a glimpse of hope shines for gamers. The release of the next generation of consoles is upon us, which...

Commentary: The bittersweetness of leaving home

I remember as a kid, I'd watch Rick Steves Europe with my dad and think, “Damn, Cape Breton kinda sucks.” While Steves travelled around...

Commentary: Election watching, a new olympic sport

My first thought when I heard the results of the election was, "I can finally go home." I came back to Canada in May because...