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Transgender Day of Remembrance: Fredericton honours lost lives

Transgender people from around the world who have been killed were honoured with a slideshow of their names, age and country of origin for...

Fredericton gets its own Uber

Tony Elzayat remembers when he, his spouse and friends tried to get a cab one evening in downtown Fredericton last November but all their...

Sleep kit aims to empower dementia caregivers

St. Thomas University social work student Eve Baird said she feels like there are no tangible resources for dementia patients in New Brunswick. The...

Victory for Tommies basketball in regular season opener

The St. Thomas University basketball teams had a successful season opener last Saturday, defeating the Mount Allison Mounties 53-44 for the women's side while...

STU students bring youth perspective to RCMP

When third-year St. Thomas University student Destiny Davidson received an email saying she was accepted into the RCMP National Youth Advisory Committee, she felt...

STU in the works to get a master’s program

St. Thomas University may soon have a master's of social work program. If it's approved, it would be the only English language master of...
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Weekly Briefs Oct. 19 – 25

Fall STUSU by-election results The St. Thomas University Students’ Union had their fall by-election on Oct. 21. The new STUSU representatives are Jessie-Lynn Cross and...

COVID-19 spike left students travelling for Thanksgiving in fear

HoJin Jung, a fourth-year St. Thomas University student, and his roommates were heading home to Moncton for Thanksgiving break when they thought about turning...

‘We are all treaty people’: Support rally for Mi’kmaq relatives at N.B. legislature

Alma Brooks, a Maliseet grandmother from St. Mary's First Nation, addressed a crowd of 130 protestors at the Provincial Legislative Building on Oct. 22...

Student mental health struggles rise with increasing COVID-19 cases

Jonathan DesRoches, a first-year St. Thomas University student, said he thinks the pandemic's second wave has begun following COVID-19 outbreaks in Campbellton and Moncton. "It's...