Sarah Morin


Leaving behind a legacy: Prof of 29 years retires

I remember the first class I took with Patrick Malcolmson at St. Thomas University. The political science professor stood at the front of the...

Outgoing 2018-19 EIC letter

When I became Editor-in-Chief, someone told me, “If you’re not pissing people off then you’re not doing your job.” I thought, surely, I, a...

Shivering Songs

Fire-spinners and improv comedy complimented songwriting and storytelling at the ninth annual Shivering Songs festival this past weekend.

AQ Radio – Episode 1

In the first episode of AQ Radio, you’ll hear an exclusive interview with Jeremy Dutcher, how N.B.’s health-care system is failing transgender folks and...

Favourite Holiday Movies

What’s your favourite holiday movie? ????

AQ Review: A Life of Galileo

A Life of Galileo, performed by Theatre St. Thomas, unravels how Galileo Galilei shifted the landscape of physics and astronomy forever.
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Behind the screens of TST’s staged reading of The Refugee Hotel

Sara Lamk sat behind the computer screen at her last rehearsal for The Refugee Hotel, Theatre St. Thomas's latest play. It’s her first play...

Weekly Briefs Nov. 16 – 22

Wall of Flags ceremony St. Thomas University vice-president education Megan Cormier said she’ll be speaking at the virtual Wall of Flags ceremony on Zoom on...

STU graduate gets deal in Dragon’s Den

Sawyer Hannay walks onto the set of CBC's Dragon's Den. He wears a red and black plaid shirt with his company logo of Country Liberty...

Commentary: Being a mom and student during a pandemic

As I roll over in bed, an eager toddler climbs on top of me and yells  “mommy it’s wake up time!”  I moan as I...