Mackenzie Riley

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Campus jobs not a given for students who need them

Halley Phillips couldn’t find an on-campus job. So, she bought a $150 work permit and now works at Walmart in electronics. Before Phillips came to...

Staff union contract finalized

The St. Thomas University staff and administrative union has ratified their first collective agreement after members voted last night. “Our members have been determined from...

Low loonie leaves Americans more cash to burn

When Halley Phillips went to pay tuition this semester, she was shocked. The fourth-year St. Thomas University student was getting money back. As an international...

A teaching moment

The 18th C. philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau writes that “nature never deceives us; it is we who deceive ourselves.” Rousseau questioned the benefit of progress and...

Did Bell promote itself more than mental health?

Alex Solak decided to donate directly to the Canadian Mental Health Association and call out Bell Canada during #BellLetsTalk last week. “My problem was not...

Staff union reaches tentative agreement with STU

The St. Thomas staff and administrative union will not strike. The administration and union reached a tentative collective agreement over the weekend that was...
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