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Keeping language alive with the Wolostoqey Language app

When Imelda Perley was elder-in-residence at the University of New Brunswick, she noticed students coming to class looking at their phones. She would tease...

‘Speaking up is not what they want’: Students, graduates speak out about racist patterns at FHS

Warning: This story contains strong language. It is almost a month since Fredericton High School made headlines when some of their Grade 12 students wore...

What STU is doing for Truth and Reconciliation Day this year

Content warning: Please be advised this article discusses residential schools and genocide. This story is part two of a two-part series about Truth and Reconciliation...

Online school versus the community of the classroom

Starting March 2020, the students of St. Thomas University opened their laptops to listen to pre-recorded lectures, present in their kitchen and join class...

Satire: Flavoured pods face mass extinction in N.B., vape gods left desperate

This story is satire based off of the government's recent flavoured vape ban – none of the names or quotes are real. In New Brunswick...

STU goes against provincial decision to recognize Truth and Reconciliation Day

Content warning: Please be advised this article discusses residential schools and genocide. This story is part one of a two-part series about Truth and Reconciliation...
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Weekly Briefs: Oct. 4 – 17

The University Women's Centre Emily O'Donnell-Shaw, chair of the University Women's Centre attended the St. Thomas University Students' Union meeting on Oct. 17 to share...

Battle of the Hill: Tommies welcome fans back

The St. Thomas University women's hockey team played their home opener against the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds on Oct. 8 in the...

STU alum turned professors reflect on their days at university

When professor Matthew Robinson attended St. Thomas University in the mid-80s, he would go to The Cellar Pub and Grill with his friends after...

Tipsy Muse Cafe reopens its doors to open mic events

The Tipsy Muse Café started hosting bi-weekly open mic events on Sunday afternoons in order to bring back the sense of community and culture...