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Fredericton High School arts classes no longer mandatory after ninth grade

Fredericton High School announced that students will no longer be required to take any art or music courses after Grade 9.  These courses used to...

Student perspectives on masks in drive-thrus

When New Brunswick entered back into the yellow phase, New Brunswickers were no longer required to wear their masks in drive-thrus. Emily Beck, a first-year...

Home: The H stands for Honduras

My favourite Honduran phrase is “La H no es muda” which translates to “the H isn’t silent.” This is commonly said whenever Honduras excels...

STU professor creates project to bring together 2SLGBTQIA+ community

Erin Fredericks, a St. Thomas University sociology professor, is coordinating a program to connect queer youth of New Brunswick with older members of the...

STU Black Student Association host webinar for Black History Month

The St. Thomas University Black Student Association prepared a series of webinars to bring awareness to racial issues and empower Black students by showing...

Shake Shed turns to social media for marketing opportunity

The Shake Shed, though only two years old, has marketed its business on social media, relying on apps like Instagram, Facebook and now TikTok. Located...
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