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60 sexual assaults reported to advocate last year

A report shows 60 sexual assaults on New Brunswick campuses were disclosed to the campus sexual assault support advocate during the 2016-17 school year. Advocate...

TDOR 2017: STU remembers as violence against trans community increases

A small table adorned with flameless candles sat in the middle of the off-campus lounge on Thursday, illuminating a canvas painting adorned with the...

Former premier donates $300K to moot court program

Former New Brunswick premier Frank McKenna and his wife will donate $300,000 to St. Thomas University’s moot court program. In an announcement at STU on...

STUSU Briefs Oct. 19, 2017

Help desk coordinator needed External hiring has been opened for a new help desk coordinator. Vice-president student life Jimy Beltran said the successful candidate will be...

Re-elected OC rep “deceives” STUSU after leaving university

The St. Thomas University Students’ Union learned last Monday that Brandon Scott LeBlanc was no longer a STU student as of May but deceived...

STUSU rep appointment, bylaw suspension concerns students

The appointment of the Indigenous representative of the St. Thomas University Students’ Union is causing concerns among students. In an unexpected meeting on Oct. 12,...
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