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Manvi Walter sheds light on beauty and skin tone with new art series

Manvi Walter, a second-year St. Thomas University international student from India, uses her skills with a paintbrush to shed light on the beauty of...

Local band Dad Patrol releases new album

A local Fredericton alternative band, Dad Patrol, released their debut album, Yellow Phase, on Sept. 25, which features Zach Pelletier, Gregor Dobson and Jonathan...

Art student encaptures the homeless through painting

St. Thomas University third-year student Jaime LeBlanc uses her art to tell stories of the overlooked people in society. She’s known for an art series...

The ongoing fight against systemic racism

Hundreds of protesters knelt for nine minutes in front of Fredericton City Hall on June 2 for the Black Lives Matter march. They knelt...

Review: Ria Mae lights up stage, hearts in Fredericton

One of Atlantic Canada’s musical gems stopped by to pay Fredericton locals an awaited visit. Halifax-born Ria Mae took to the stage at the...

Black women discuss experiences with racism at panel

St. Thomas University fourth-year student Adriel Miller said she saw a gap in Black female representation in Fredericton. She said the city has a...
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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...