Liam Carleton

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Behind the scenes of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery construction

The new Harrison McCain Pavilion dramatically changes the shape of Fredericton’s Beaverbrook Art Gallery on Queen Street. Scheduled for completion by spring 2022, the contemporary-style...

Halloween classics that linger in the shadows

Another COVID-19 Halloween means you probably aren't partying the night away while squished into a room with hundreds of strangers. But that doesn't mean...

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...
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STUSU executives midterm check-in, priorities for winter semester

The St. Thomas University Students’ Union is finding solutions to student engagement while temporarily online. Tyler MaGee, STUSU's president, said STUSU had to come...

‘No place in the game’: Metros hockey player fights against racism

Keegan Mitchell, a Sherwood Metros hockey player from Prince Edward Island, sat on the bench during a Junior B game on Dec. 17 preparing...

The impact of cancelling youth sports in New Brunswick

Hockey rinks remain untouched, volleyball nets lie in a pile on the floor and basketballs are on the ground instead of swooshing through hoops....

The Power of the Dog takes home the 2022 best drama Golden Globe

A vast stretch of hot, dusty terrain fills the screen as a sweat-glistened cowboy glares in disgust at a young boy, sharply dressed in...