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STU’s recession struggles

Chris Fox - The Aquinian A global financial crisis has cost St. Thomas University nearly six million dollars from its endowment over the past six...

“When they get deployed your heart basically goes with them…”

As the war in Afghanistan stretches on, one army wife shares stories about the homefront fight against despair Melissa Oakley - The Aquinian

Thousands raised for cancer

STU Relay for Life a success By: Kyle Mullin More than 150 students gathered in the St. Thomas courtyard Friday to pull an all-nighter to...

Not all people are criminals

Part 1 of a series about our city's struggle against the poverty of money and morals By Kyle MullinA sharp wrap on the door sets...

Homos Happen

By LeblancIt all starts with the most fucking intense urge to touch her. You don’t understand why but the only thing you can think about...

In My Own Words: Learning The Soup Kitchen Diction

Volunteer Laura Brown says clientelle are slow to open up - but their stories are well worth the wait By Laura Brown I look forward to...

Panel tackles poor literacy

By Karissa Donkin A national panel on literacy made a stop in Fredericton on March 13 to discuss ways to improve literacy in New...

Love Bites

By Megan McKay I have always identified more with guys. The strangeness of that fact was first brought to my attention after my elementary school...

Idio-stu-cracy: A Narrative with the Seasons

By: Michelle MacNeil - The Aquinian The romance is over, the honeymoon holidays are long since past and we're left with the bitter...

Jesus Freak

By Lee Benson What would you die for? And no, I’m not talking about that tub of Rocky Road in the freezer or tickets to the...

Protests for Palestine: Olmert visit sparks fervent furry

Debate rages across campus after Israeli scholar offers his insight into the Gaza conflict By Kyle Mullin Yossi Olmert looks exhausted. He stands backstage in McCain...
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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...