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A letter from the outgoing 2021-22 editor-in-chief

If anyone ever tells you student journalism is easy, tell them to take it back. When I came to university, I was somewhat shy, timid...

Victoria Young steps down as vice-president student life, valedictorian

According to a press release on March 23, vice-president student life and valedictorian-elect Victoria Young resigned from both positions on March 22 in a...

Senate Briefs – March 17

Research & Ideas Fair St. Thomas University president Dawn Russell was not in attendance of the March 17 Senate meeting, so Kim Fenwick, vice-president academic,...

STUSU 2022-23 spring election results announced

The current executives of the St. Thomas University Students’ Union gathered on Zoom Friday evening to hear the results of the spring general election...

GNB decision to lift COVID-19 mandates will not affect STU campus restrictions

All New Brunswick COVID-19 restrictions will come to an end by March 14, said Premier Blaine Higgs in a press briefing on Feb. 24....

Senate Briefs – Feb. 24

Academic calendar dates St. Thomas University’s registrar, Karen Preston, put forth the motion for approval of the 2022-2023 academic calendar dates. There were three votes against...
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