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2013 valedictorian ready for the podium

Victoria Blakely’s always been a talker. Once, on a trip with a friend, she started talking in her sleep. “I’m a tour guide at Hopewell...

Facebook’s toll on relationships

Jealousy is an ancient emotion but recently it’s running rampant, and we may have Facebook to thank. “There is this unrelenting social comparison, Facebook breeds...

Not-so-innocent bystanders

We drove home from work together everyday. My father would pick me up from my summer job at the cemetery after his shift at...

Outrage at proposed budget

St. Thomas University is considering raising tuition beyond the provincial cap of $150 and cutting $100,000 in academic scholarships to deal with a $600,000...

SAVE campaign comes to Fredericton with panel

Academics and health service providers at a panel held April 4 at St. Thomas University questioned the over-representation of alcohol as a factor in...

The rising cost of smoking

A new cigarette tax is in place in New Brunswick, and both consumers and retailers alike will feel the change. The new tax was introduced...
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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...