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Plain Site Theatre Festival prepares for third-annual presentation

The third-annual Plain Site Theatre Festival is calling on playwrights to submit scripts for the March 2022 line-up. The LGBTQ2IA+-oriented festival aims to promote and...

STU alumni Nathan DeLong debuts first book

Nathan DeLong, a St. Thomas University and The Aquinian alum, debuted his first book – Woodstock: New Brunswick's Oldest Town Through the Years. The book,...

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’: A disappointing sequel

"Copy and paste" superhero movies dominated box offices and TV screens for over a decade now. With the main target demographic being children, they...

Head of the Globe and Mail ‘toy department:’ Sports editor Jamie Ross

Deep in The Aquinian web archives, the last published Ross Report details the failure of the 2009 Montreal Canadiens, author Jamie Ross’ favourite team. “I would cringe really...

UNB Arts Centre hosts first in-person show since pandemic

After nearly a year and a half of waitlists and web shows, the University of New Brunswick Arts Centre fully opened its doors. A collection...

STU professor nominated for New Brunswick Book Awards

Philip Lee, chair of the St. Thomas University journalism and communications department, was nominated for a New Brunswick Book Award for Restigouche: The Long...
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Weekly Briefs: Oct. 4 – 17

The University Women's Centre Emily O'Donnell-Shaw, chair of the University Women's Centre attended the St. Thomas University Students' Union meeting on Oct. 17 to share...

Battle of the Hill: Tommies welcome fans back

The St. Thomas University women's hockey team played their home opener against the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds on Oct. 8 in the...

STU alum turned professors reflect on their days at university

When professor Matthew Robinson attended St. Thomas University in the mid-80s, he would go to The Cellar Pub and Grill with his friends after...

Tipsy Muse Cafe reopens its doors to open mic events

The Tipsy Muse Café started hosting bi-weekly open mic events on Sunday afternoons in order to bring back the sense of community and culture...