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Review: nîpawistamâsowin a heartbreaking yet important watch

Content warning: This story mentions murder. A family from Red Pheasant Cree First Nation discusses how systemic racism and injustice allowed the man who killed...

Demon barber takes the Black Box stage

Fifth-year St. Thomas University student Lucas Gutiérrez-Robert said getting to play the role of Sweeney Todd in STU Musical Theatre's upcoming production is like...

Networking the focus of Fredericton Galentine’s Day

What started as a popular TV show's invention to empower women has found its way to Fredericton. Two local female-run businesses, Little Hair Shoppe and...

Continuing the conversation of ‘The Vagina Monologues’

If your vagina could talk, what would it say? Maybe it would say, “slow down,” or “words that begin with v and t, like turtle...

Commentary: Obomsawin shares wisdom in film

A few weeks ago at a filmmaking workshop for students in St. Thomas University's James Dunn Hall, I was the interviewer and CBC reporter...

A new house for dance

Disclaimer: The author of this story, Pierina Rivas, teaches dance at Jungle House Dance Company.  Dancers Brittany O’Sullivan and Samantha Shea connected in February 2019....

Commentary: A guide to eating Japanese in Fredericton

Saki Kato is a St. Thomas University student from Japan who loves Japanese food. She wants more people to eat Japanese food and learn...

Review: A Hot Garbage soap opera

After a six-month hiatus, Fredericton improv group Hot Garbage Players made their return on Feb. 8 to a full house in Wilser's Room. They...

Review: Leroux tours the ‘magical’ side of Fredericton

Correction: An earlier version of this story was published stating the tour ended at Wilmont United Church. It actually ended at the 1950s federal...

The Belle Comedians reunite for Shivering Songs

After seven years of hiatus, Fredericton legends The Belle Comedians returned to the stage one last time with a pair of sold-out shows on...

The Oscars 2020: Who should win?

With award season well underway, the Oscars are one of the most prestigious ceremonies. In advance of the Academy dishing out those familiar statues,...

‘As You Like It’ makes Shakespeare accessible

For some students, Shakespeare is a distant, convoluted high-school memory. But in Theatre St. Thomas' most recent production of As You Like It, Shakespeare...
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Home: COVID-19 from the eyes of an Ecuadorian

On March 17, I booked an emergency flight back home to Ecuador. The government was closing the borders before midnight the next day and...

A campus without sports

In June, the Atlantic University Sport and the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association, the governing bodies of St. Thomas sports belongs to, chose to cancel...

Athletic scholarships still valid

Benson Garchinski of the St. Thomas University men's volleyball team was heartbroken last spring when fans were escorted out of the Grant Harvey Center...

New year, new clubs, new outreach

St. Thomas University's clubs and societies have been forced to think of creative ways to engage with students in wake of the university offering...