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Review: The Haunting of Hill House didn’t make me vomit, but it did make me cry

Halloween might be over, but The Haunting of Hill House still has me spooked and confused. Netflix's new horror series The Haunting of Hill House...

Review: Crazy Rich Asians dispels stereotypes

Watching Crazy Rich Asians was like taking a breath of fresh air. Marking itself as the first predominantly Asian film in 25 years to be backed...

Food Review: It is THE Waffle Station

Have you ever had a waffle too crispy or just not thick enough? I have. I'm not a man who regularly eats waffles. In fact,...

Food Review: Delish(ious) Gourmet Rolled Ice Cream

Frederictonians have been bombarded with snapshots of mouth-watering frozen treats ever since a new ice cream shop opened downtown last summer. For me, it...

Review: Dark proves time is just a construct

If the words “time is just a construct” mean anything to you, the Netflix Original series Dark is a show that will make you...

Review: Big Mouth comes of age all over the place

Let me just say this: Big Mouth is not for the faint-hearted, the queezy-stomached or the blushed-cheeks. It’s been on Netflix for several months now,...

Review: Planet Earth II: Cinematic background TV

Planet Earth II is the visually-stunning documentary series narrated by David Attenborough which explores how animals are able to survive in different environments. Broken...

Review: Matt Mays and friends wow audience with passion and charisma

Fredericton’s annual Frostival brought the prominent stylings of one of Canada’s hottest upcoming bands and one of its most seasoned artists to campus this...

Review: STEED’s Lysistrata a raunchy, mod take on Greek classic

The St. Thomas Early English Society’s Lysistrata is a high-energy and raunchy comedy that sends audiences on a wild adventure from beginning to end....

Review: Star Wars: The last thing I expected

What I witnessed on the screen was not at all what I was hoping for, and what I felt afterwards was an emptiness which...

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern: Finding Absurdity in Death

Audiences were treated to a blend of humor, death and metatheatre over the weekend with Theatre St. Thomas’ rendition of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are...

Stranger Things: Recap and review

Normally The Aquinian avoids spoilers in its reviews, but in this story we will be doing an in-depth recap of the first season of...
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A campus without sports

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Athletic scholarships still valid

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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...