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‘There’s power in unity’: Take Back the Night returns after two years

The ‘Take Back the Night’ campaign returned to Fredericton City Hall on Sept. 23 after two years away to bring awareness about gender-based sexual...

Weekly Briefs: Sept. 26 to Oct. 2

Future fundraisers and charitable donations St. Thomas University Students’ Union president Alex Nguyen said the Wabanaki Centre, the STU Student Reconciliation Committee and STU Experiential...

STU introduces certificate, major in digital arts and literacy

St. Thomas University has introduced a certificate and an interdisciplinary major in digital arts and literacy, which will teach students how to embrace digital...

‘Leave the fucking salmon alone:’ ASF accused of poisoning Miramichi Lake

The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) had plans to kill an invasive fish at Miramichi Lake after being accused of diminishing the native salmon population,...

‘Literal war’: Memorial raises awareness about situation in Iran

Fredericton’s Iranian community held a memorial at Fredericton City Hall Friday, calling for the ceasing of violence in Iran. The ceremony was held in honour...

Many issues, six pillars: STUSU’s plans for the 2022-23 year

With the rising cost of living and the return to in-person classes, the St. Thomas University Students’ Union plans to tackle new challenges impacting...
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Satire: STU students tremble at the sight of Great Hall mural

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Digitizing theatre: STU alum presents ‘Ice Age Coming!’

For St. Thomas University alumnus and artist Corenski Nowlan, trying his hand at digital theatre proved to be a challenge and success. Nowlan’s theatre company,...

N.B. photographer Chris Donovan describes his homecoming

Chris Donovan’s photography exhibition, “Stay Solid and Move West,” is an exploration of his coming of age and takes a close look at intergenerational...