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A letter from the outgoing editor-in-chief 2020-21

There is no proper way to say goodbye to the publication that has shaped me into the person I am today. I always dreaded writing...

ICYMI: A recap of the STUSU president’s debate

Correction: A previous version of this story stated that Chandon "said she may be sitting on the STUISA board next year. The Aquinian fact-checked this...

Honduran twins bring business hustle to campus

Monica and Valeria Boquin are businesswomen by blood. They sold stickers and jewelry when they were in primary school and grew up surrounded by...

Vanier Hall renovations ready in August, STU says goodbye to Rigby Hall

St. Thomas University's Vanier Hall residence will open its doors in August after 15 months of renovations. Philip Cliff, director of facilities, has been at...

‘Slanderous comments’ from PETL Minister Holder: Senate Briefs – Jan. 21

UPDATE: On Feb. 1, Jeffrey Carleton, associate vice-president communications at St. Thomas University, contacted The Aquinian to say that President Dawn Russell misspoke at...

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...
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