Jacob Moore

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Finding community at the Fredericton Public Library

When 66-year-old Andy Vezina moved to Fredericton at the beginning of September, he had only a suitcase of belongings. One of the first things...

Satire: STU students tremble at the sight of Great Hall mural

The following piece is satire. The words and quotes do not represent the views of The Aquinian. None of the quotes or sources are real. The...

The silence of Queen Elizabeth on Canada’s Indigenous history

Theo Saulis remembers looking up at the remains of Shingwauk Indian Residential School, located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., during a visit to the...

‘I had no idea’: Western blindness to flooding in Pakistan

Sitting in a humid basement office, Minahil Fatima, vice president of administration with the St. Thomas University Students' Union, looks up a map of...

The Spirit Project

The Spirit Project is a mixed-ability theatre group that celebrates inclusion and community through theatre, music and art. Jacob Moore reports. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGlQAQZPNeQ

My name is Chloe. I biked across the United States.

Last spring, Chloe Solenne, a 19-year-old STU student, biked across the United States. She left from Arlington, Virginia on April 14th and arrived in...
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Double win for Tommies’ volleyball teams at Lady Beaverbrook Gym

Both St. Thomas University women’s and men’s volleyball teams enjoyed a celebratory night on Jan. 25 after beating the Holland College Hurricanes in a...

Proposed immersion plan faces criticism from teachers, parents

As a proud Acadian mother, Sandra Kell wants her children to be able to thrive as bilinguals, but New Brunswick’s proposed changes to replace...

Weekly Briefs: Jan. 23 – 29

New election process for valedictorian Alex Nguyen, president of the St. Thomas University Students' Union, said the union, in collaboration with STU, proposed a new...

Review: ‘M3GAN’ and its take on campy horror

Over the past few years, movie studios have attempted to capture the strange magic of campiness in horror, but rarely have they been successful.  All...