Brianna Workman

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Letter to the Editor: In support of the most marginalized students

I want to address concerns that have been brought to my attention about flyers that have been circulated on campus last week with the...

Poems from the ashes

Sarah Cooper and John Flood were sitting in the publisher’s home in Prince Edward Island in July, sifting through Cooper’s poetry. They went poem...

A lecture ‘students won’t want to miss’

Mohamed Fahmy will deliver the annual Dalton Camp lecture this Thursday, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. at the Richard J. Currie Center. During his time...

21 Tommies named National Scholars

Twenty-one St. Thomas University Tommies received the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association’s National Scholar Award last month. These students were recognized for their performances both in...

Jukebox Live to play in benefit concert

  On February 27 at the St. Thomas Conference Centre Fredericton’s own Jukebox Live will be putting on a benefit concert to raise money...

Blair Feltmate: a practical look at climate change

Climate change is happening and what we need to do is prepare for the inevitable. That’s the message Blair Feltmate had for attendants to...
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STU goes against provincial decision to recognize Truth and Reconciliation Day

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