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STUSU executives think low voter turnout in election caused by online school

St. Thomas University’s Students' Union spring election had a lower voter turnout than previous years. This year, the percentage of voters was 25.4 per cent...

Women in Sport conference set for April after postponed in 2020

After almost a year of uncertainty, the University of New Brunswick Women in Sport conference is set to take place from April 9 to...

Microagressions and privilege: STU Black Student Association hosts event to eliminate stereotypes

St. Thomas University’s Black Student Association hosted the second part of its Breaking the Stereotypes speaker series on Feb. 25 through Zoom, with 23...

First Canadian Black lawyer commemorated in speaker series

Around 30 people attended the Fredericton Region Museum's live event via Zoom on Feb. 18 commemorating the life of Abraham Beverly Walker, the first...

‘Housing is a basic human right’: Tenant protest happens over Zoom

A group of around 40 tenants gathered on Zoom last week to speak out against COVID-19 evictions, advocating for a two per cent cap...

Students react to red phase of COVID-19 recovery plan

With COVID-19 cases rising across New Brunswick and the recent outbreak in Edmundston, three more zones moved to the red-phase of the pandemic recovery...
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