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STU directing class presents Creative Control

On the stage of the Ted Daigle Auditorium, eight short plays have been in the works for an upcoming production. But unlike most theatre...

‘An immature decision’: STU students react to no more COVID-19 restrictions

New Brunswickers said goodbye to masks, social distancing, limited gatherings and isolation on March 14. Brooklyn Hachey, a first-year St. Thomas University student, said masks...

Lodhi Memorial Lecture: The resurgence of Indigenous law in Canada

The 2022 Lodhi Memorial Lecture featured John Borrows, the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous law at the University of Victoria. The lecture focused on...

James Culligan appointed STU’s vice-president of finance and administration

After working for Service New Brunswick since 2008, James Culligan was appointed vice-president of finance and administration at St. Thomas University. He starts his...

‘I have COVID, what do I do?’: STU residents on catching COVID-19

After going out to eat with some friends in mid-January, Jonathan DesRoches, a second-year St. Thomas University student living in Vanier Hall, felt as...

‘Honoured to compete’: Moot Court debaters put STU on the map

In a room in Margaret Norrie McCain Hall, two students set up their laptops and snacks. Their laptops sat at eye level using chairs...
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