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Grad moved to GHC

Graduates will be donning their caps and gowns at the Grant Harvey Centre instead of the traditional St. Thomas courtyard on May 13. Graduation...

President Russell reflects

Dawn Russell says residence renewal is on her list of goals for next year, which includes a new lounge for students. She says it's been...

Comic Relief: An art form with emotional depth, not just cape crusaders

Not all comics involve capes, aliens, or explosions. I enjoy reading about those things, but I can understand why some people can’t accept that...

Whale veins and mystery solvers: Two francophone authors at St. Thomas University

Life is full of strange coincidences. You can be in Halifax, meet an Australian, hitchhike across Canada and recognize the same Australian on a...

Monark reflects on the city’s hip hop scene

Ten years ago, Tuesday nights at the Capital Complex were dedicated to one thing, hip hop. Fredericton’s own Jarrod Thomas, aka Monark, reflects on...

Jordan Doucet looks at life after STU

Fredericton musician Jordan Doucet said he writes songs, but he doesn’t call himself a singer-songwriter. “I’m glad when I’m not considered a singer-songwriter. I kind...
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