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CASA debate put to rest – for now

After all the heated debates, emotions, meetings, reports and recommendations, the multi-year effort to move to associate membership status in the Canadian Alliance of...

N.B. budget gives little mention to students

The expected budget-day bomb was a dud. Student leaders feared cuts to university funding and tuition increases before the 2012-13 New Brunswick budget was released...

Grant-Harvey opening delayed again

It’ll be a few more months before skates hit the ice at the new $29.5-million Grant-Harvey Centre. The new arena, soon to be home to...

Next year’s STUSU fees still a mystery

The vote to increase fees St. Thomas University students pay for STUSU membership has been delayed – again. STU students’ union vice-president administration Mary-Dan Johnston...

Students could pay more in STUSU fees this fall

This week, the St. Thomas University students’ union will vote on whether to increase the STUSU fees by three per cent. Last week, vice-president administration...

Appeals rejected, election results stand

The cases presented in two election appeals simply weren’t strong enough, the St. Thomas University students’ union appellate board said. The appeals by two candidates...
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