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STUSU tentatively agrees to keep current bus pass model

As the St. Thomas University Students' Union two-year contract with Fredericton Transit for the bus pass ends, new plans were negotiated and sent to...

Review: I can’t tell if the Snyder Cut is good or not

After years of speculation, conspiracy theories and outcries from comic nerds everywhere, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, or better known as “the Snyder Cut,” is...

The rise of police body cameras in Fredericton

As law enforcement agencies in Canada and the United States move more into digital technology, the Fredericton Police are following suit and investing in...

Bored? Rusty? Why not go out Skiing with your friends and family

The Aquinian's arts and culture editor, Matthew Daigle, takes you on a tour around Crabbe Mountain.

African Heritage Month arrives at the Playhouse

In celebration of African Heritage Month, the Fredericton Playhouse will host the show Amplifying our Stories and Voices on March 21, which will feature...

4 tips for a successful Super Bowl Sunday, COVID-19 edition

Super Bowl Sunday has arrived, predictions are being declared online and the entire population of New England is punching the air as Tom Brady...
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‘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...

STU rugby builds furniture for Fredericton’s homeless

Throughout October, the St. Thomas University women’s rugby team helped build furniture for newly-renovated subsidized apartments, which will house some of Fredericton’s homeless.  According to...

‘We’re quite worried’: N.B. health coalition on health care privatization

As the provincial government introduces legislation that would see more of New Brunswick’s health-care services become privatized, members of the New Brunswick Health Coalition...

Photo Essay: Artists sale promotes Indigenous art, businesses

The St. Thomas University Reconciliation Committee hosted an artists sale on Nov. 23 at James Dunn Hall. The event, which featured arts and crafts, baked...