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Garage clothing store remembered in Fredericton

It is with great sadness that Regent Mall should announce the death of Garage shortly after the holiday season. The death came as a...

STUSU Briefs – Nov. 27

Funding approvals The political science society's request for funding of $700 for three students to attend the Canadian Political Science Student Association conference was approved...

STUSU Brief – Oct. 30

Vice President of Education Sam Titus presented the union advocacy policy. The changes, created by him and his external affairs committee, was unanimously approved...

STUSU Briefs – Oct. 23

New campaigns in the works STUSU president Santiago Chavez announced three charity events coming to campus at Thursday's Student Representative Council meeting. Member at large...

STUSU Briefs — Oct. 16

By-election voter turnout cut in half Voter turnout at last week’s by-elections was down more than half from last year. Voter turnout for the by-election...

Oct. 2 STUSU Briefs

Vacated position added to STUSU election The Student Representative Committee announced its acceptance of ex-off-campus representative Sebastian O'Brien's resignation at its meeting Thursday. He will...
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