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Student choice, student voice: Meet the 2018-19 STUSU executive team

Brianna Workman President-elect When the election results were tallied on March 2, Brianna Workman was at The Cellar Pub. Don't worry — it's a tradition. The outgoing vice-president education...

Review: Big Mouth comes of age all over the place

Let me just say this: Big Mouth is not for the faint-hearted, the queezy-stomached or the blushed-cheeks. It’s been on Netflix for several months now,...

Celebrating shit: Why guilty pleasures aren’t so bad

My roommate and I find solace in our living room every Tuesday night between the hours of 9 p.m. and 12 a.m. It’s not that...

Birth control tops health plan use, pharmacist keeps it accessible

Birth control is in the top spot on St. Thomas University’s student health plan usage, and the campus pharmacist says he’s dedicated to ensuring...

New federal government grant for mature students, EI flexibility applauded

The federal government announced a new $1,600-grant geared toward adults returning to school on Jan. 24 and students are welcoming it with open arms. Brianna...

STUSU Briefs Jan. 18, 2018

Mandatory sexual assault training At a meeting on Jan. 18, at-large representative Sean Kinney brought forth a motion to make the Jan. 19 sexual assault...
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