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Students pay it forward

Mother Theresa once said “kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.” This week STU echoes that...

Cell phone clean-up comes to STU

St. Thomas University wants your old cell phones. In celebration of Waste Reduction Week in Canada, STU is competing in a nation-wide contest to...

STUgendas here but going fast

After almost a month of waiting, the St. Thomas University agendas arrived on Wednesday. Within an hour, the 500 book shipment was all gone....

Petition leads to changes at Forest Hill cafeteria

Clayton Beaton announced on Friday that Forest Hill's cafeteria grill will now be open from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., after student complaints led...

Redwood Fields win first Battle of the Bands

A musician with long blue hair jumps up and down while headbanging. The lead singer screams into the microphone. This was the first year for...

Remembering Alden Nowlan

Raymond Fraser first met Alden Nowlan in 1961. Fraser, a writer like Nowlan, said the two would often visit and chat. “He was not only a...
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Weekly Briefs: Oct. 18 – 24

Transgender Day of Remembrance St. Thomas University Students' Union president Tyler MaGee said the University of New Brunswick's 203 Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity...

Home: Memories that withstand distance

I haven't been able to go back home to Honduras since December of 2019 and a lot has changed since I came to Canada....

‘We all have a responsibility’: STU offers free on-campus flu shots

St. Thomas University is partnering with the University of New Brunswick’s Student Health Centre and UNB nursing students to provide on-campus flu shot clinics. Maude...

STU update on mandatory vaccines: Campus community 97 per cent vaccinated

St. Thomas University required all students, staff and faculty to submit proof of vaccination or an approved medical or religious exemption by Oct. 15. In...