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Progressive Conservatives win majority government: how election night went for each party

Blaine Higgs, the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick, pumped his fists in the air when he entered the Lion's Club...

Weekly Briefs: March 9-13

2SLGBTQIABP+ acronym change The Student Representative Council voted to table the discussion on the acronym change to 2SLGBTQIABP+. Sexuality and gender diversity representative Tyler MaGee...

Weekly Briefs: Feb. 3-9

STUSU opposes live streaming meetings The St. Thomas University Students' Union voted against The Aquinian's proposal to livestream STUSU's weekly meetings with ten votes opposing,...

Weekly Briefs: Jan. 20-24

STU/UNB trail St. Thomas University Students' Union President Husoni Raymond said he met with UNB Facilities ab out the trail that connects St. Thomas University...

Weekly Briefs: Nov. 25 – 29

Funding applications approved St. Thomas University vice-president administration Matt Oram said the St. Thomas University Student Union finance committee approved two $100 applications, one for...

Weekly Briefs: Nov. 18 – 22

Advocacy Week St. Thomas University Students’ Union president Husoni Raymond was the lead on two out of the three of the New Brunswick Student Alliance’s...
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Progressive Conservatives win majority government: how election night went for each party

Blaine Higgs, the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick, pumped his fists in the air when he entered the Lion's Club...

Commentary: Marvel-Us

“In my culture, death is not the end, it’s more of a stepping off point.” These were the words of the first Black-led Marvel Cinematic Universe...

STU predicts enrolment to go down by 3 per cent, attendance still strong

St. Thomas University's first semester is online due to COVID-19 and some students are taking the opportunity to take a gap year. Gillian Little, who...

The ongoing fight against systemic racism

Hundreds of protesters knelt for nine minutes in front of Fredericton City Hall on June 2 for the Black Lives Matter march. They knelt...