Lauren Hoyt

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Social media dating: Is it cool to creep?

Online dating and dating apps are one of the most popular ways to meet new people nowadays. Whether you want a long-term relationship or no-strings-attached,...

Campaign helps female inmates reintegrate into society

If you have a pile of clothes sitting in your closet unworn, St. Thomas University’s Criminology and Criminal Justice Department has the place for...

Hall of flags to showcase STU’s diversity

A hall of flags representing the home countries of St. Thomas University international students will soon be installed in James Dunn Hall. It’s not actually...

Extracurriculars aren’t just for fun, they’re vital to your resume

With the end of second semester fast approaching, there’s one thing on every student’s mind: getting a job. To get a job you need...

Commentary: Why isn’t acne included in the body positivity movement?

I grew up reading fashion magazines and I was mesmerized by the extravagant designer dresses on every page, the eclectic makeup on runway models....

Dalton Camp lecture: democracy, digitization, dilemmas

Taylor Owen, assistant professor of digital media and global affairs at the University of British Columbia, called on society to take control of our...
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Carleton alumna creates video game to teach children digital literacy

OTTAWA (CUP) — A video game developed by Carleton University alumna Sana Maqsood is now available to classrooms across Canada by the non-profit organization...

Commentary: the Rhodes finalists who didn’t get picked

On Nov. 9, I drove to Halifax to undergo the final selection stages for the Rhodes Scholarship. The scholarship offers fully-funded postgraduate study at the...

STU men’s basketball steers away from defensive woes

The loss at the Atlantic College Athletic Association (ACAA) finals last season means the St. Thomas University men’s basketball team is hungry to get...

EXPLAINER: What is the NBSA and why should students care?

The Government of New Brunswick announced in October they would eliminate interest on provincial student loans, something the New Brunswick Student Alliance has been...