Rachel Smith

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The poets of Confederation

Peter Pacey likes to think about Bliss Carmen and Charles Roberts playing together in Carmen’s backyard. Built before the street came in, the back...

Black Students’ Association brings Kente Stole to STU

A new tradition is coming to St. Thomas University’s convocation ceremony — the Kente Stole. The woven cloth originates from a tradition in Ghana, started...

Time to file: Student-friendly tips for tax season

Only two things in university are certain — graduation and taxes.  “I know that a lot of times the first time someone goes to university,...

Susan Love: Part of the three per cent

When Susan Love was in Grade 7, she told everyone she would be a social worker — without knowing exactly what that meant. Now,...

‘Celebration is important’: Lunar New Year in New Brunswick

The Tiger is a symbol of strength and courage — the king of the forest — according to Minh Nguyen, the vice-president of the...

What is Wordle?: The online word game sweeping the nation

Wordle has a simple premise: guess a five-letter word in six tries. When a player gets a letter correct, it turns green. If the...
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