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Player Profile of the Week: Megan Mills

Megan Mills, a second-year criminology student, was named one of the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association Second Team All-Stars after St. Thomas University's victories this volleyball...

Come From Away: Russia’s absence at the Olympics

During the opening ceremony of PyeongChang Winter Olympics, 169 Russian athletes marched in grey uniforms under the Olympic flag. The Olympic Athletes of Russia are...

UNB’s Javon Masters: The best basketball player in Canada, statistic says

Javon Masters, a fifth-year basketball player for the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds, is arguably one of the best scorers in Canada. According...

A nontraditional Christmas Carol

For those staying in Fredericton during the Christmas break, this year’s Theatre New Brunswick production of A Christmas Carol is a fine play to...

RYB Kindergarten: red China, yellow fetish, blue pills

The Aquinian's Vincent Jiang explores sexual assault allegations against a Chinese education program and the government’s censorship of media reports on child abuse. When a child-abuse...

Recognizing the spirituality in narrative

Janet Ruffing, the professor in the practice of spirituality and ministerial leadership at Yale Divinity School, came to Brian Mulroney Hall last Thursday, Oct....
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Weekly Briefs: Oct. 4 – 17

The University Women's Centre Emily O'Donnell-Shaw, chair of the University Women's Centre attended the St. Thomas University Students' Union meeting on Oct. 17 to share...

Battle of the Hill: Tommies welcome fans back

The St. Thomas University women's hockey team played their home opener against the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds on Oct. 8 in the...

STU alum turned professors reflect on their days at university

When professor Matthew Robinson attended St. Thomas University in the mid-80s, he would go to The Cellar Pub and Grill with his friends after...

Tipsy Muse Cafe reopens its doors to open mic events

The Tipsy Muse Café started hosting bi-weekly open mic events on Sunday afternoons in order to bring back the sense of community and culture...