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Review: TUNB presents The Ends of the Earth

Two men frantically glance at each other from across the stage, their eyes widen in mutual fear as they simultaneously share a single thought...

‘It’s an every second reality’: Walking While Black panel addresses every day microaggressions

Dorcas Tshimenga sat on-screen surrounded by a group of panelists in an annual Black History Month discussion. The Walking While Black panel was organized...

Students react: Is digital art considered art?

Ever since digitized art was introduced to the fine arts industry, it was criticized for not requiring the artist to hold an actual pencil...

Tipsy Muse Cafe celebrates femininity with the Vagina Monologues

Vaginas, self-love and bloody marys — the Tipsy Muse Cafe is sold out and will be lit up in red as it presents an...

Goodbye Neil Young: Musician takes music off Spotify

Neil Young is demanding his music be removed from Spotify and encouraging the public to split away from the platform. The 76-year-old Canadian-American rockstar began...

Wabanaki Student Centre provides bannock mix kits to comfort students

The Wabanaki Student Centre is usually filled with students sharing stories and food on Wednesdays at noon. During the COVID-19 Level 3 lockdown, the centre...
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The Government of New Brunswick announced in October they would eliminate interest on provincial student loans, something the New Brunswick Student Alliance has been...

How STU handles mental health and winter productivity

With the bitter weather of winter in full season, it can be easy to fall into a cycle of unproductivity and bad mental health...

‘Longer than most bands’: Strange Grooves celebrates five years

Five years ago, Cait Milberry and Cherise Letson decided to record one of their conversations about music. Now, over 100 episodes later, they’re celebrating...