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Letter to the Editor: cafeteria infractions

Dear Editor, I don’t usually publicly voice my problems, but the university's recent reaction to the cafeteria failing its health inspection (twice) has left me...

Letter to the Editor: volunteers needed

Dear Editor, It is that time of year again when the Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis Centre is looking for volunteers to take part in our...

STUSU spring election nominees

President: John Hoben Liz Murphy Dallas Power VP Administration: Emily Sheen VP Education: Luke Robertson VP Student Life: Natasha Glover Henri Thibeau Justin Brown B.O.G Representative (2): Woody Brown Alex Driscoll Grad Class President: Amanda Bird Steven Butler Student Senator: Elizabeth Strange Katelyn Rushton Amanda...

Bloomberg’s soda ban and why I think he’s on to something

In a much-publicized storm of controversy, Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York, declared a ban on enormous soft drinks.  In September, the New York...

Being spooky last minute

Just because Halloween is on Wednesday, doesn’t mean you still can’t pull together a costume on the fly. Assembling a last minute look can be...

Seasonal squash cookies

Our squash are ripe this time of year and spread along the dining room wall like a gaggle of school kids waiting to go...
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The Aquinian’s top stories of 2020-21

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A letter from the outgoing 2020-21 managing editor

This year was a trial by fire. Being a full-time online student and helping Diana Chávez, The Aquinian's editor-in-chief, run the paper during a global...

A letter from the outgoing editor-in-chief 2020-21

There is no proper way to say goodbye to the publication that has shaped me into the person I am today. I always dreaded writing...

A letter from the incoming 2021-22 Editor-in-Chief

I remember sitting on my friend’s bed at seven years old – I was filling out an application to journalism school and she was...