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Understanding harm reduction: River Stone Recovery Centre

An empty shopping cart with snowy red mittens teeters on the edge of the ramp leading to River Stone Recovery Centre on King Street...

What is the best restaurant in Freddy? Students weigh in

Disclaimer: These restaurants are in no particular order and students were interviewed at random about their favourite spots to eat. This story is in...

Fredericton organization give homeless people and their pets a “Homie” feeling

The Homie Project started with a little white dog named O'Ryan. When the SPCA believed O’Ryan wasn't being properly looked after, his owner, Gill...

‘All Too Well came on and I just cried’: Students react to Red (Taylor’s Version)

St. Thomas University students were part of the millions of fans eagerly awaiting the release of Taylor Swift's Red (Taylor’s Version). The album, originally...

STU students publish mythological children’s book

St. Thomas University students, Lars Schwarz and Maggie Cronin, launched their children's book, Mysteries & Legends Book 1: Monsters. The book explores monster legends throughout...

Fredericton job fair showcases businesses in need of student hires

Long Truong, a University of New Brunswick graduate, attended a job fair at Fredericton Inn on Oct. 25 where he hoped to find a...
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STU men’s basketball steers away from defensive woes

The loss at the Atlantic College Athletic Association (ACAA) finals last season means the St. Thomas University men’s basketball team is hungry to get...

EXPLAINER: What is the NBSA and why should students care?

The Government of New Brunswick announced in October they would eliminate interest on provincial student loans, something the New Brunswick Student Alliance has been...

How STU handles mental health and winter productivity

With the bitter weather of winter in full season, it can be easy to fall into a cycle of unproductivity and bad mental health...

‘Longer than most bands’: Strange Grooves celebrates five years

Five years ago, Cait Milberry and Cherise Letson decided to record one of their conversations about music. Now, over 100 episodes later, they’re celebrating...