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NBCCD offers fall workshops through EdVentures

The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design is putting on a series of fall workshops through their EdVentures program to give the public...

QT Fatties Art Market brings support to LGBTQ2IA+ and plus-size community

Aaron Beaumont, a St. Thomas University graduate, founded QT Fatties in May 2021 because they were inspired to create a space where people like...

The ‘unwelcoming’ truth about N.B. theatre

Some voices are missing from theatre stages in New Brunswick. Natasha Barlow is a Mi’kmaq actress, playwright and director from Indian Island First Nation who...

Beaverbrook Art Gallery presents new program to showcase Indigenous talents

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery's new program, Shared Spaces, was introduced to display Indigenous talents and provide an educational experience for the public. The gallery completed...

UNB professor debuts comedy-focused short story collection

Amber McMillan, University of New Brunswick English professor, published her most recent piece of work – a collection of short stories entitled The Running...

The Fredericton Playhouse announces return of Spotlight Series

After a season and a half of empty theatres and dark stages, the Fredericton Playhouse announced the return of their signature Spotlight Series.  The series brings...
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Weekly Briefs: Oct. 4 – 17

The University Women's Centre Emily O'Donnell-Shaw, chair of the University Women's Centre attended the St. Thomas University Students' Union meeting on Oct. 17 to share...

Battle of the Hill: Tommies welcome fans back

The St. Thomas University women's hockey team played their home opener against the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds on Oct. 8 in the...

STU alum turned professors reflect on their days at university

When professor Matthew Robinson attended St. Thomas University in the mid-80s, he would go to The Cellar Pub and Grill with his friends after...

Tipsy Muse Cafe reopens its doors to open mic events

The Tipsy Muse Café started hosting bi-weekly open mic events on Sunday afternoons in order to bring back the sense of community and culture...