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As a journalist, I am constantly consuming news. It’s my job, after all — to be informed, to know what’s happening here and everywhere....

The Monday Night Film Series lives on

Fredericton’s film aficionados have had a place to go and watch limited-release, independent or international films on a big screen, for decades.  The local movie...

Fredericton’s Willie O’Ree comes home through Beaverbrook Art Gallery

Fredericton’s Beaverbrook Art Gallery acted as the backdrop for a ceremony on Jan. 18, unveiling a portrait of Willie O’Ree, the first Black hockey...

Art and science intersect at UNB Art Centre

The fields of art and science are often considered to be on different sides of the academic spectrum, but the UNB Art Centre is...

Appropriation or appreciation: STU reacts to ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’

Avatar: The Way of Water was released in mid-December and is a sequel to the 2009 highest-grossing movie of all time, Avatar. The film...

Photo Essay: Winter Carnival melts away second-semester blues

St. Thomas University's welcome back winter carnival, held from Jan. 11 to 13, brought together the campus community for events ready to melt away...

Stories to Songs: Fredericton organizations highlighted in ‘Songs of the city’

Kailha Winter-Smith’s 14-year-old stepson, Logan, has been taking part in activities at Autism Connections Fredericton since he was six years old.  She was asked to...

Commentary: Controversies at the Latin Grammys

Many people took to social media to share their opinions when La Rosalia’s Motomami won Album of the Year at the Latin Grammys over...

STU alumna’s poetry collection discusses ‘Coming Home’

Living most of her early life on Prince Edward Island, Fiona Steele, a St. Thomas University alumna, said it made her feel stuck. Her...

Photo Essay: STU Jazz Ensemble swings at end-of-semester concert

The St. Thomas University Jazz Ensemble held its end-of-semester on Nov. 30 in Kinsella Auditorium at Margaret Norrie McCain Hall. Band members, including vocalist Olivia...

Symphony New Brunswick transports audience into the forest

Symphony New Brunswick performed at St. Thomas University on Dec. 1. The repertoire of the concert was inspired by the natural world and was...

Catherine MacLellan bringing ‘cozy’ Christmas to Fredericton

Folk singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan has fond memories of celebrating Christmas with her family while growing up on Prince Edward Island. “I always loved Christmas. As...