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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...

Visually impaired STU community reflects on braille and new technology

Louise Michaud, a former St. Thomas University student and Yukon Deputy Minister for corporate policy and consumer affairs, said braille had a major impact...

Fine arts and anthropology student combines majors to create art

Qiudian Wu, a fourth-year fine arts and anthropology student at St. Thomas University, is blending her majors together to create art. Wu said combining her...

The psychology behind sports

Despite staying at the University of New Brunswick for his undergraduate degrees, master's degree, PhD and professorship, Ryan Hamilton has applied his skills and...

Fredericton’s music hub shortens name, expands operations

Beginning March 14, the Capital Complex will rebrand as The Cap. Situated on Queen Street, the location’s bar and stages have been staples of...

Tommies shutout Moncton in 3-0 win

The St. Thomas University women’s hockey team outmatched the Université de Moncton Aigles Bleu at the Grant-Harvey Centre Jan. 22, 3-0. When the puck dropped...
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