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Businesses happy with enthusiasm shown by students at mixer

Students had an opportunity to establish connections with 65 local businesses at the Choose Fredericton Student-Business Mixer on Oct. 2 at the Richard J....

Party university style

Before beginning university, I had never drank alcohol. I only attended one party in high school, and that was after our class banquet in...

STU academic advisor runs for city council

STU alumni and academic advisor Owen Marshall is vying for a spot on the Fredericton city council. Marshall is running in Ward 10, which encompasses...

Take Back the Night march looks to change the headlines

Nearly 100 women "changed the headlines" at the 28th annual Take Back the Night march in downtown Fredericton on Friday. The event, hosted by the...

A storm to weather

The jump from high school to university classes has affected us all differently and it can be overwhelming. One’s work habits in high school...

New to STU: The icing on the Welcome Week cupcake

First-years were welcomed to STU in a dry fashion with a wide array of social, community service and academic events in this year's super...
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Canada Summer Games: More than a tournament

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