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‘A natural decision’: STU, UNB students reflect on university, look to the future

Katelyn Ryan is graduating from St. Thomas University this spring with a gerontology major and a psychology minor. For her post-grad plans, she applied...

UNB Menstrual Health Society to bring 15 free product dispensers to campus

The University of New Brunswick Menstrual Health Society ordered 15 menstrual product dispensers to be placed in primarily gender-neutral bathrooms across campus. These dispensers...

‘I was really proud’: Ecuadorian student wins STU’s International Student Leadership award

Three years ago, Carol Alvarez left her family in Ecuador to pursue her dreams of studying abroad. Her passion for helping others led her...

French translation brings new rhythm to children’s book

EveryBody’s Different on EveryBody Street is a children’s book by Canadian writer Sheree Fitch. Fitch uses eccentric illustrations and rhythmic poetry to address human...

‘I think of family’: Ukrainian, Russian students speak out about conflict in Ukraine

After Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a “special military operation” on Feb. 24 in Ukraine, Ukrainian and Russian students in Fredericton felt the impact...

‘The intimacy is unparalleled’: Upcoming Cold Snap Series features artists like Joel Plaskett

Music Runs Through It and The Tipsy Muse Café partnered to present the Cold Snap Music Series – a live music series that aims...
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Graduating STU students speak out about inability to vote for valedictorian, by-election scheduled

Update: On April 4 at around 8:00 a.m., a new ballot was released for the spring by-election where students could vote for STUSU vice-president...

‘We don’t give them dignity; they have it’: The 12 Neighbours Community

In early October last year, a new community began to take shape on a vacant lot on Fredericton’s Northside. The city’s first collection of affordable...

Commentary: ‘The invisible minority’ — Navigating university from the foster care system

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