Jerry-Faye Flatt

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Abortion clinic set to close

St. Thomas University grad Olivier Hébert emotionally addressed the crowd of about 100 people protesting the closure of Clinic 554, New Brunswick’s only private...

Homer’s words, women’s voices

The first Great Books Society event of the year lasted 10 hours. It was a marathon reading of The Odyssey, an epic ancient Greek...

Error on STU’s website causes missed scholarship opportunity

After the Free Tuition Program was replaced in April, Joshua Sallos knew he would need a scholarship from St. Thomas University to continue for...

‘A round urinal’

When St. Thomas University grad Dempsey Perry was in his first-year at STU, he and a group of friends were walking to McDonald’s after...

Lecturer discusses B.Ed students’ role in Indigenous education

According to Jennifer Brennan, reconciliation starts with listening and understanding.  Brennan, a nationally recognized policy advisor, spoke to a packed auditorium filled with Bachelor of...

Flourishing from a young age

When the snow melts and exams are over, FLOURISH Festival will return for its fifth year with new music and art. It’s one of the...
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Weekly Briefs: Oct. 18 – 24

Transgender Day of Remembrance St. Thomas University Students' Union president Tyler MaGee said the University of New Brunswick's 203 Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity...

Home: Memories that withstand distance

I haven't been able to go back home to Honduras since December of 2019 and a lot has changed since I came to Canada....

‘We all have a responsibility’: STU offers free on-campus flu shots

St. Thomas University is partnering with the University of New Brunswick’s Student Health Centre and UNB nursing students to provide on-campus flu shot clinics. Maude...

STU update on mandatory vaccines: Campus community 97 per cent vaccinated

St. Thomas University required all students, staff and faculty to submit proof of vaccination or an approved medical or religious exemption by Oct. 15. In...