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Hey students: you do have enough time

According to Gayle MacDonald, assistant vice president of research, the main problem with society is how fast it is. “The world is sped up in...

UNB Career Fair falls short for STU students

The University of New Brunswick Student Employment Service hosted the 2013 UNB Summer Job and Graduating Student Career Fair last week. Booths lined both sides...

Idle No More fills James Dunn Hall

Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students braved frigid temperatures to march from Queen’s Square to St. Thomas University in solidarity with the Idle No More movement...

Coming down with the fourth year blues

I realized this summer I would be graduating in less than a year. Afterwards, a number of thoughts flashed through my head, all with...

By-election results

Although the STUSU by-election is one of no contest, that doesn’t mean that students shouldn’t vote says the new Chief Returning Officer, Justin Creamer. “I...

Maritime Bus decides routes and rates

Maritime Bus meets with the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board tomorrow to discuss rates and routes before they replace Acadian Lines, on Dec....
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