Lauren Hoyt

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Hot Tea with Hoyt: Drinking

Did you hear about the proposed changes to the University of New Brunswick's campus alcohol policy? Features Editor Lauren Hoyt has the tea.

Taking on the world through travel

Instead of heading straight to grad school, fourth-year student Chloe Saulnier is headed on a worldwide trip to pursue her dreams of working in tourism. Saulnier...

Love letters to the rescue

While working as a journalist in southern Lebanon in 1978, Don Dickson was detained by Palestinian fighters after being suspected of conspiring with the...

Hot Tea with Hoyt: Snowpants

'S-no-wpants? More like Sn-yes-pants.' Check out our first edition of Hot Tea with Hoyt, a video commentary performed by Features Editor Lauren Hoyt and...

Review: Grab some grub at the Cellar Pub

Within the depths of the Student Union Building, the Cellar Pub is a popular place for students to enjoy a meal, drink a pitcher...

New mental health campaign aims to continue conversation

Since the Bell Let's Talk campaign began in 2011, the initiative has raised more than $100 million for mental health services. After eight years...
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