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UNB campus pharmacy gives 150 booster shots on first day of 18+ age bracket

The University of New Brunswick campus pharmacy distributed around 150 COVID-19 booster shots on Jan. 10 when the Government of New Brunswick’s booster shot...

BREAKING: N.B. to move to Level 3 tomorrow, STU to remain online until Feb. 7

The Government of New Brunswick announced in a press conference at 2:30 p.m. on Thursday that the province will enter Level 3 of the...

BREAKING: STU moves to online classes for first two weeks of winter semester

In an email to students on Dec. 22, St. Thomas University announced classes will move online on Jan. 10 and resume in-person on Jan....

UNB Faculty of Nursing dean receives CASN 2021 Excellence Award

Lorna Butler, the University of New Brunswick Faculty of Nursing dean, won the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing 2021 Academic Administration Excellence Award....

Fredericton hoping to get first ride-sharing app by the holidays

Fredericton residents might have a new way of transportation by the holiday season. Uride founder, Cody Ruberto, decided to solve the lack of transportation issue...

‘Say their names’: Transgender Day of Remembrance held at STU

Around 50 people sat in Kinsella Auditorium on St. Thomas University’s campus last Saturday for the Transgender Day of Remembrance ceremony. Another 20 people joined...

Senate Briefs – Nov. 25

Note: The president’s report remains in-camera, meaning in private, as per Senate’s Feb. 11, 2021 decision. Because of this, The Aquinian is unable to cover...

10 out of 11 CUPE locals accept deal from N.B. government

Ten out of 11 New Brunswick locals from the Canadian Union of Public Employees, including Local 963, which represents workers from the New Brunswick...

‘The biggest issue of our generation’: Divest STU solidarity rally

A group of around 40 students gathered in front of George Martin Hall on St. Thomas University’s campus on Friday to raise awareness for...

STU hosts annual endowed chair in criminology and criminal justice symposium

Please note: This story was updated on Nov. 23 to more accurately represent the information provided in Allyson Lunny's keynote. St. Thomas University's annual endowed...

STU continues with current course model for winter semester

St. Thomas University will continue its current course model for the winter semester, with a mix of in-person and online classes. Jeffrey Carleton, vice-president of...

‘There are no silver bullet solutions’: New Brunswick’s role in the climate crisis

A climate emergency teach-in last week highlighted the need for sustainable and ethical environmental practices in New Brunswick. St. Thomas University students from professor...
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STUSU executives midterm check-in, priorities for winter semester

The St. Thomas University Students’ Union is finding solutions to student engagement while temporarily online. Tyler MaGee, STUSU's president, said STUSU had to come...

‘No place in the game’: Metros hockey player fights against racism

Keegan Mitchell, a Sherwood Metros hockey player from Prince Edward Island, sat on the bench during a Junior B game on Dec. 17 preparing...

The impact of cancelling youth sports in New Brunswick

Hockey rinks remain untouched, volleyball nets lie in a pile on the floor and basketballs are on the ground instead of swooshing through hoops....

The Power of the Dog takes home the 2022 best drama Golden Globe

A vast stretch of hot, dusty terrain fills the screen as a sweat-glistened cowboy glares in disgust at a young boy, sharply dressed in...