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New endowed chair of human rights says she expects to learn from students

Since Shannonbrooke Murphy was 14, she participated in advocacy groups such as Youth Against Apartheid. Now, she’s the professor and endowed chair of the human...

What is a league and what are the requirements for joining a team?

St. Thomas University athletes play at two different levels, the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association and the Atlantic University Sport league, but there are subtle differences...

LGBTQ film festival showcases artists from around the world

A story about trying to find yourself after a bad breakup is just one of the films that will play at Pink Lobster, New...

Pussy hats spark dialogue

The pussy hat has become a universal symbol for women and feminists alike since the Women’s March that followed the 2016 presidential election in Washington...

Living on the edge: Simulation shows reality of poverty

Participants sat in a circle after the simulation to discuss the experience. (Anna Sirois/AQ)

Sharing the wealth that is water in Honduras

Think about how much water you use everyday. You use water to shower, brush your teeth, wash your hands and, more importantly, to stay hydrated. But...
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STU men’s basketball steers away from defensive woes

The loss at the Atlantic College Athletic Association (ACAA) finals last season means the St. Thomas University men’s basketball team is hungry to get...

EXPLAINER: What is the NBSA and why should students care?

The Government of New Brunswick announced in October they would eliminate interest on provincial student loans, something the New Brunswick Student Alliance has been...

How STU handles mental health and winter productivity

With the bitter weather of winter in full season, it can be easy to fall into a cycle of unproductivity and bad mental health...

‘Longer than most bands’: Strange Grooves celebrates five years

Five years ago, Cait Milberry and Cherise Letson decided to record one of their conversations about music. Now, over 100 episodes later, they’re celebrating...