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Three minutes of fame

Note: The crew had only submitted the film in an application to the Great Canadian Sketch Comedy Film Festival at the time of print....

Visibility for LGBTQ2+ theatre

After St. Thomas University grad Alex Rioux witnessed the comfort of working with LGBTQ2+ artists while he was directing a play, he said he...

Changing the lack of live music on campus

CHSR station manager Erin Bond was concerned with the lack of live shows on campus, so she organized CHSR's live in the lobby, with...

Review: CBC doc In the Making features Beverly-Glenn Copeland and Jeremy Dutcher

The second season of In the Making, a CBC music documentary series hosted by Sean O’Neill, features the unique stories of a pair of New...

Review: Jenn Grant and Great Lake Swimmers bring pleasant vibes to Fredericton

The first show of the 2019-20 Fredericton Playhouse Spotlight Series featured Jenn Grant’s bright folk-pop style and the Great Lake Swimmers’ dreamy tones. The two...

Folly Fest director steps down

FeelsGood Folly Fest, one of New Brunswick’s most beloved music and arts festivals, will soon have a new face at the forefront of its...

Behind the Polaris Music Prize

After a year-long selection process, Toronto’s Haviah Mighty received the 2019 Polaris Music Prize on Sept. 16, for her record 13th Floor. Fredericton is home to...

Homer’s words, women’s voices

The first Great Books Society event of the year lasted 10 hours. It was a marathon reading of The Odyssey, an epic ancient Greek...

Student poetry demands climate action

On Sept. 20, students from over 150 countries worldwide skipped class to act against climate change in the kickoff to Global Climate Strike Week. Approximately...

Food review: Tokyo Ramen

Ramen is a signature dish for any university student. When you're broke and hungry, it’s cheap and easy to rip open a packet of...

UNB welcomes first female, Indigenous artist-in-residence

The University of New Brunswick's Art Centre has welcomed its first artist-in-residence in almost six decades. Natalie Sappier, who also goes by her Wolastoqey name...

Beaverbrook announces new front door

On Sept. 6, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery announced another expansion in time for their 60th anniversary. The project will be the third and final phase...
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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...