Alishya Weiland

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Ending the old boys club

Every table at the small Tipsy Muse café in downtown Fredericton is filled with university students looking for a place to study outside their...

Review: Anyone who hated Hillbilly Elegy missed the point

I’ve been a fan of the book Hillbilly Elegy by J.D Vance for a couple of years. The book hit home for me in...

University urges students to return home, moving to essential services model

After two presumptive cases of COVID-19 were reported at the University of New Brunswick, St. Thomas University is asking all students still living in...

New Brunswick Student Alliance ‘disappointed’ in 2020-21 provincial budget

The New Brunswick Student Alliance said the New Brunswick government is unwilling to prioritize the needs of students after they tabled the 2020-21 budget...

Finding a balance: Jenica Atwin speaks about struggles and strengths

When Jenica Atwin walked onstage at St. Thomas University’s Kinsella Auditorium, she immediately looked for a table to sit on. Someone offered to grab...

Changes coming to STU entrance scholarships

Starting in 2021, St. Thomas University will no longer offer guaranteed entrance scholarships to university applicants with a high school average of 80 per...
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STU goes against provincial decision to recognize Truth and Reconciliation Day

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