Rebecca Dykeman

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‘All good things have to come to an end’: Students react to Arthur ending after 25 seasons

After 25 seasons, the beloved PBS Kids cartoon Arthur came to an end. The show, which premiered in 1996, aired its final episode Feb. 20....

‘That’s journalism, baby’: STU grad responds to online hate

When Joseph Tunney, The Aquinian’s former editor-in-chief, went to interview members of the "freedom convoy" for CBC Ottawa, he knew he was "going into...

The AQ’s guide to staying warm in New Brunswick winters

Coping with the winter cold is challenging, even for lifelong New Brunswickers. Luckily, Rebecca Dykeman, a writer for The Aquinian, has plenty of advice...

Marvel gets steamy in The Eternals

Marvel’s latest film, The Eternals, is making waves as the first Marvel film to feature a sex scene. The movie is one of many firsts...

‘We all have a responsibility’: STU offers free on-campus flu shots

St. Thomas University is partnering with the University of New Brunswick’s Student Health Centre and UNB nursing students to provide on-campus flu shot clinics. Maude...

Students find success in businesses born out of quarantine

St. Thomas University third-year international students, Khanh Do and Melissa Peña, are not only full-time students. They are both passionate business owners. Do, a political...
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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...