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‘It feels wonderful’: Harvest returns to downtown Fredericton

One of New Brunswick’s most popular music festivals returned to the streets of downtown Fredericton last week after over a year and a half...

The Aquinian’s top stories of 2020-21

Over the past nine months, the editorial team at The Aquinian worked around the clock to bring students the stories that matter around the...

STU resiliency group aims to create community for BIPOC students

A new group at St. Thomas University hopes to create a sense of community for students who are Black, Indigenous and people of colour. Resiliency...

STU finalizes approach to plan for 2021-22 school year

When Reinaldo Cascante, a second-year St. Thomas University international student, learned that STU finalized an approach to plan for the next academic year, he...

‘Sometimes it feels surreal’: a look at N.B.’s chief medical health officer

As blowing snow ravages outside, Dr. Jennifer Russell, New Brunswick’s chief medical officer of health, sits in a small government office wearing a black...

Black Lives Matter Fredericton launches bursaries for STU, UNB

Black Lives Matter Fredericton established a new set of bursaries for Black students attending St. Thomas University and the University of New Brunswick who...
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The Aquinian’s top stories of 2021-22

Editor's note: this list was compiled in the order in which they originally published on The Aquinian's website.  Bomb threats. Elections. Union strikes. Racism. War. These...

Graduating STU students speak out about inability to vote for valedictorian, by-election scheduled

Update: On April 4 at around 8:00 a.m., a new ballot was released for the spring by-election where students could vote for STUSU vice-president...

‘We don’t give them dignity; they have it’: The 12 Neighbours Community

In early October last year, a new community began to take shape on a vacant lot on Fredericton’s Northside. The city’s first collection of affordable...

Commentary: ‘The invisible minority’ — Navigating university from the foster care system

Content warning: This article contains mention of mental illness, rape, sexual assault, suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder. I remember the day I received my acceptance...