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EXPLAINER: Meet the two candidates vying for STU president, vice-chancellor

Students from St. Thomas University now know the names of the two finalists running to be the university’s next president and vice-chancellor. In an email...

AIDS NB finds new ways to provide outreach

When AIDS New Brunswick received a no-cause eviction notice to its King Street office in August, Linda Thompson-Brown said it required a “big push”...

STU joins national week to celebrate international students

The third week of November marks International Education Week, a time when universities across Canada celebrate international integration into their campus communities.  St. Thomas University...

UPDATED: Dawn Russell takes leave as STU president, vice-chancellor

St. Thomas University announced Tuesday morning that Dawn Russell, who made history as its first female president and vice-chancellor, has taken an administrative leave...

STU ends lease at CBC, journalism students disappointed

St. Thomas University's journalism students will not return to the classrooms at the CBC building, according to Jeffrey Carleton, STU's associate vice president of...

Weekly Briefs: Nov. 14 – Nov. 20

Petition calls on Fredericton to declare climate emergency The St. Thomas University's Students' Union signed a petition by the Council of Canadians' Fredericton chapter demanding...

Students ‘don’t have to pay’ off loans until income of $40k: O’Regan

Canadian post-secondary students who receive federal student loans won't have to start paying them back until they earn a minimum of $40,000 per year,...

Interest payments eliminated on federal, provincial student loans

The federal and provincial governments announced last week both will make good on election campaign promises by permanently eliminating the interest accumulated on student...

‘Radically different visions’: STU reacts to da Silva’s narrow victory in Brazil

Luiz Inácio ‘Lula’ da Silva, who served as president from 2003 to 2010, won the Brazilian elections against incumbent president Jair Bolsonaro on Oct....

STUSU releases results for More Than Tuition campaign

The St. Thomas University Students’ Union released a report showing the results of a student survey as part of its More Than Tuition campaign. STUSU...

Weekly Briefs: Oct. 31 – Nov. 4

STUSU's retreat  St. Thomas University Students' Union will have a retreat at the Delta Hotel during reading week. At the event, the representatives will listen...

Neurodivergence Collective of New Brunswick reshapes autism narratives

The Neurodivergence Collective of New Brunswick offers a peer-to-peer community for neurodivergent people in the province and has garnered nearly 300 followers in their...
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‘Longer than most bands’: Strange Grooves celebrates five years

Five years ago, Cait Milberry and Cherise Letson decided to record one of their conversations about music. Now, over 100 episodes later, they’re celebrating...

STU rugby builds furniture for Fredericton’s homeless

Throughout October, the St. Thomas University women’s rugby team helped build furniture for newly-renovated subsidized apartments, which will house some of Fredericton’s homeless.  According to...

‘We’re quite worried’: N.B. health coalition on health care privatization

As the provincial government introduces legislation that would see more of New Brunswick’s health-care services become privatized, members of the New Brunswick Health Coalition...

Photo Essay: Artists sale promotes Indigenous art, businesses

The St. Thomas University Reconciliation Committee hosted an artists sale on Nov. 23 at James Dunn Hall. The event, which featured arts and crafts, baked...