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Wəlastəkewiyik and Mi’kmaq Grand Council flags raised on campus

St. Thomas University raised the Wəlastəkewiyik and the Mi’kmaq Grand Council flags on Oct. 15.  Approximately 50 people watched as Trenton Augustine, STU's Aboriginal student...

Making every day bring your dog to work day

Clive Baldwin hasn’t always been a dog person. But 11 years ago, he adopted a six-month-old border collie named Jagger from a local shelter...

‘We said never again’: Vigod lecturer Bob Rae

When Bob Rae was leaving Myanmar after a humanitarian envoy in February of 2018, he spoke with a man of the stateless Rohingya people....

The Strax Affair: The protest that divided the UNB campus

To acknowledge the 50th anniversary of the Strax affair, managing editor Cassidy Chisholm examines the period of unrest on the University of New Brunswick...

ICYMI: STU moot court duo place second at international competition

Emily Williams, a St. Thomas University human rights and criminology major, knew she wanted to be lawyer when competing at the Nelson Mandela World...

Music Fest brings STU and UNB together

The 700 available tickets for the University of New Brunswick Student Union's Welcome Back: Music Fest sold out two hours before the show began...
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