Cassidy Chisholm

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STU’s campus ministry: One space fits all

As a liberal arts school, St. Thomas University’s campus ministry is focused on creating a safe environment for students to practice any religion — despite...

Encouraging inclusion at STU

With STU’s second annual pride week happening this week, Cassidy Chisholm talked to members of the LGBTQ community to see how STU ranks in...

Keeping up with long-distance relationships

Leaving for university can be stressful, especially if you’ll be living without the familiarity of your childhood home, neighbourhood friends and your high school...

STU duo takes poetry to the streets with new app

A duo from the St. Thomas University community came together this summer to take poetry out of the books and onto the streets of...

SiPP directors make their debut at STU

Eight student directors of the Seminar in Directing for the Stage class have been working diligently this semester with local actors to present SiPP...
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Canada Summer Games: More than a tournament

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