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Controversy, cards and Charizards: Pokémon’s 25th anniversary

Pokémon has faced a popularity boom during the pandemic that was impossible to predict, with an explosive card market and an oncoming 25th anniversary...

Satire: Caillou cancellation leaves a generation of youth finally free

The long-running TV show Caillou began its reign of terror on Sept. 15, 1997, which is coincidentally the date we’ve pinpointed as the downfall...

The morals and future of Fredericton’s hip-hop community

When you think of New Brunswick, hip-hop isn’t the first musical genre to come to mind. As a traditionally conservative province with a rabid...

‘I’ve been kind of a thrift addict’: Students share their thoughts on second-hand shopping

Is thrift shopping a fun, cost-effective way to stay stylish and avoid supporting fast fashion, or is it causing gentrification and price increases in...

Trans ID clinic helps trans people through legal name changing process

The University of New Brunswick’s law faculty held a virtual Trans ID clinic on Nov. 6, working with Pro Bono Students Canada to help...

Sweet Dreams play brings Broadway talent to Fredericton

Sweet Dreams first swept the Fredericton Playhouse on Oct. 22. With the play's high turnout, a third show had to be added to the listing due...
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