Matt Daigle

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Review: How Schitt’s Creek won the hearts of Americans

As the 2020 Emmy awards wrapped up, I noticed a little Canadian show somehow swept the comedy category. CBC’s Schitt’s Creek won the best comedy...

Junior hockey prospect hopes to inspire others after coming out

A Saint-Antoine hockey prospect, Yanic Duplessis, sent shockwaves through the hockey world after coming out as gay on the Atlantic Canadian FDS Podcast Network....

Review: Tenet, ‘delightfully confusing’

It’s been two months since Cineplex re-opened their doors in New Brunswick due to the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s an eerie experience. I sat and gazed...

Cheap Seats: It sucks sports are cancelled but don’t blame Rudy Gobert

When tragedy strikes the world, escaping to the court or the field can heal the wounds of life. They can't do that now. The onset...

Cheap Seats: Is baseball a dying sport?

A Field of Dreams quote sums up the impact baseball has had on the last century: “America has rolled on like an army of steamrollers. It’s...

The cheap seat: Why we shouldn’t take away postgame handshakes

Like most sports, hockey is filled to the brim with tension and intensity. When tensions boil over, intensity can turn to fists. But after...
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Weekly Briefs Oct. 11 – 17

Push-back date for winter break St. Thomas University Students’ Union president Sarah Kohut went to senate where the push-back date was approved for winter break....

‘Justice has been served’: Students react to Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis

When Kim Parker, a fourth-year criminology student at St. Thomas University, heard that United States President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19, she said...

New student-friendly food delivery app hops into Fredericton

Cantidio Ribeiro, a University of New Brunswick student, said food delivery apps are dangerous. Ribeiro is an international student from Brazil who tries to...

Flu shot debate: Where do students stand in 2020?

Flu season has arrived and the debate over vaccinations has begun. In the current COVID-19 era, the push for vaccinations is stronger than ever. Rachel...