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Grad wins local start-up award

A business started by a St. Thomas University alumna received a start-up award at the Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards on Oct. 18. Lindsay...

Fine Arts department presents Season of Loves

St. Thomas University’s Fine Arts department hosted Season of Loves, a Fine Arts showcase, on April 9. The showcase was a collaboration between different performance classes...

Altered Carbon: A fucked up future

“The first thing you’ll learn is that nothing is as it seems.” These are the first words spoken in Altered Carbon and they are...

Interview with an artist

William Cumming: How long have you been involved in theatre? Samuel Crowell: I probably got interested in it when I saw my brother do Little...

Yellow Box poses questions to community

St. Thomas University’s Yellow Box Gallery has a new exhibit on display. A rolling chalkboard has been installed in the gallery, with prompts written on...

Irving Chair in Journalism: ‘The days of presenting yesterday’s news are over’

Christine Morris, the 2017-18 Irving Chair in Journalism, told the next generation of journalists she believes in them. Morris delivered a lecture on the state of...
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Weekly Briefs Jan. 18 – 24

Mental health committee St. Thomas University Students’ Union vice-president student life Kyle McNally said the mental health committee will have its first meeting on Wednesday...

Canada considers listing Proud Boys as terrorist organization

Ever since the storming of the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, the Canadian right-wing extremist group the Proud Boys has quickly come under...

MP Jenica Atwin wins Rising Star award for Maclean’s Magazine

Jenica Atwin, Fredericton member of Parliament, was sitting in the living room with her husband and son when she learned that she won the...

The ‘Wil’ of the People: Is the heart of reconciliation still beating?

This is part one of a three part series on the fishery dispute in Mi'kmaq territory, particularly the Sipekne'katik First Nation.  Let’s first respectfully acknowledge...