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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...

‘A year like no other’: STU’s theatre community adapts to COVID-19 protocols

As a fine arts professor at St. Thomas University, Lisa Anne Ross feels the 2020-21 academic year will be “a year like no other.”  A...

Heat $heets ‘breaks the rules of music’ with debut EP

Squeezing into a small basement like a ’70s game room, the four members of Fredericton rock band Heat $heets conduct a Wednesday evening rehearsal...

Potential ban on conversion therapy: Is it the beginning of the end?

Content warning: This article discusses conversion therapy. When Mitchell Goodine’s family forced him into conversion therapy at age 15, he almost saw the sessions as...

STU student to launch recycled clothing start-up

Correction: An earlier version of this story indicated Tyrique Hamil was already working with Planet Hatch to build his start-up. In fact, he is...

STU alumna skates across international waters

After some contract hassles and a couple of plane flights, St. Thomas University alumna Taylor Cook is slowly achieving her pro hockey dreams. This...
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Progressive Conservatives win majority government: how election night went for each party

Blaine Higgs, the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick, pumped his fists in the air when he entered the Lion's Club...

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...

STU predicts enrolment to go down by 3 per cent, attendance still strong

St. Thomas University's first semester is online due to COVID-19 and some students are taking the opportunity to take a gap year. Gillian Little, who...

The ongoing fight against systemic racism

Hundreds of protesters knelt for nine minutes in front of Fredericton City Hall on June 2 for the Black Lives Matter march. They knelt...