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Fredericton man arrested near campus area, students concerned

Nikita Popli, a University of New Brunswick student, had a front-row seat to watch police surround a house where a man barricaded himself inside...

UPDATE: Police presence on campus

St. Thomas University announced in an email the hold and secure status on campus has ended and STU is now cleared to resume...

A letter from the incoming 2020-21 Editor-in-Chief

My love story with The Aquinian started as one of those love-at-first-sight moments you see in movies. I went to my first story meeting not...

Home: Saturday lunches and family gatherings

When I think of the word home, I think of Saturday lunches with my parents and my dog at my home in Quito, Ecuador. My pa,...

Elder-in-residence shares Indigenous perspectives of the world

St. Thomas University elder-in-residence, Miigam’agan, talked about Indigenous Peoples’ ways of living and looking at the world in her talk titled Nugumijinagig U'ginamuwagnmual, or...

Meet your 2020-21 STUSU executive team

Sarah Kohut, president A conversation with her parents during the Christmas break was a turning point for Sarah Kohut to set her mind on being...
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