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Weekly Briefs: Feb. 18 – 22, 2019

Words for Change workshop  STU Sustainability will be hosting their first Words for Change workshop on Feb. 27 at 11:30 a.m.  on campus. The workshop...

Grad creates company to change the conversation on periods

Hallie Mazurkiewicz’s mother started preparing for the "period conversation" the day she found out she was having a baby girl. When Hallie was 12, her...

UNB proposes ‘controversial’ new alcohol policy

Proposed changes to the University of New Brunswick's alcohol policy is raising eyebrows instead of pitchers. UNB presented an update to the alcohol policy on...

Weekly Briefs: Jan. 28 – Feb. 1, 2019

STUSU merchandise Brianna Workman, president of the St. Thomas University Students' Union, has been working with Autumn Lawrence, the director of communications for STUSU, to...

Have the STUSU execs fulfilled their campaign promises?

With the Student Representative Council spring election around the corner, News Editor Haley Stairs checked in with the STUSU executives to see if they're...

UNB hires new president, process criticized

The University of New Brunswick announced on Jan. 28 that Paul Mazerolle will be the president and vice-chancellor of the university starting July 1,...
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