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‘Missing out on important milestones:’ grads react to convocation postponement and cancellations

St. Thomas University’s vice-president academic and research, Kim Fenwick, sent an email on March 17 stating the grad dinner, T-Ceremony and the athletics banquet...

When no one is around: Fredericton during the COVID-19 pandemic

The Government of New Brunswick announced all non-essential services must shut down on March 17, which left many heavy traffic areas empty. The Aquinian's...

HOME: It’s the people, not the place

Alex Dascalu is a fourth-year journalism and communications student at St. Thomas University from Romania. He enjoys photography, traveling and meeting new people. When I...

Profs say Rate My Professor is “cheesy,” unfair

The first time Taya Doucet heard about a website called Rate My Professor was when she attended Petitcodiac Regional High School. During her Grade...

Doing it for Maddy

Content warning: This story contains subject matter on suicide. After battling with mental illness for seven years, Maddy Murphy, an athlete, friend and daughter took...

The best moments of Welcome Week 2019

St. Thomas University's 2019 Welcome Week ran from Aug. 30 to Sept. 7. This year, students participated in activities such as Shine Day, inflatable...
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