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STU Dines: The Cedar Tree Cafe

                The Cedar Tree Cafe, 418 Queen St. Have you ever wanted more food options than what’s available on campus? I’ve spent three years here at...

Footloose: Now Bacon-Free

Somewhere in the depths of a Hollywood Starbucks, Kevin Bacon is probably sulking. Not because the film industry inexplicably decided to remake his breakout movie...

The good, the bad and the ugly in DC Comics’ The New 52

So, I realize that the title of this is a little misleading. It probably should have been something along the lines of “The Good,...

Moneyball: Based on a true story

Moneyball: a movie that’s unfortunately not about someone carrying around a giant ball made of money. What hijinks would ensue when the character tries...

Theatre Crasher – Our Idiot Brother

I love movies. Movies are the cold side of the pillow or the three-day extension from your terrifying prof – downright sublime. From quivering in...

Leather, tartan, and a whole lot of spooky

The sun was just starting to go down as the crowd followed their spear-wielding guides to a large tree. We unfurled our blankets and...

Theatre UNB’s dark and terrible secret

Dodge sits in a living room populated only by tiny knick-knacks and minimal furniture, an old country couch and a dull television. As the...

Artists in residence remind students music is a universal language

Clarinetist Venancio Rius Marti and pianist Maria Abad stopped by St. Thomas University last week to workshop with students, share their stories and, of course, their music.

REVIEW: Plants and Animals

Live from the Capital, Jan. 30.

Review: Cairo Time

Liz Sullivan THE AQUINIAN The Film: Cairo Time Director & Writer:  Ruba Nadda Shown at: The Silverwave Film Festival, Nov. 7 This was a Canadian Feature at the Silver...

Review: York Redoubt

Ben Burnett THE AQUINIAN Admittedly, the guys in York Redoubt look like they’d fit in your second-year psychology class. But on their debut full length the...

Review: Joe Trio

Kassandra Mattice THE AQUINIAN Premiering their Atlantic Tour at Memorial Hall on UNB’s campus, Joe Trio captivated and entertained their audience October 15.  The trio performed...
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