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Letter to the Editor: Clarification and apology for “What free tuition means to me”

I would like to apologize for how I framed the perspective in the letter I wrote for The Aquinian published Feb. 26 ("What universal...

Letter to the Editor: What free tuition means to everyone else

This letter is written as a response to “What free tuition means to me” by former St. Thomas University Students' Union president Philippe Ferland....

Letter to the Editor: What universal free tuition means to me

The author of this letter has written a clarification to the opinions expressed below, which can be read here: http://theaquinian.netletter-to-the-editor-clarification-and-apology-for-what-free-tuition-means-to-me/ ________________________________________________________________________________ A perspective often not taken seriously...

Letter to the Editor: In support of the most marginalized students

I want to address concerns that have been brought to my attention about flyers that have been circulated on campus last week with the...

Letter to the Editor: A note on Fredericton’s ‘tent-city’

Temperatures have been gradually dropping in Fredericton and snow has blanketed the ground during the last couple of weeks. Throughout it all, nearly 120 people...

Letter to the editor: The sickening response to Chipman’s atrocity waving in the wind

Mayor Atkinson, Deputy Mayor West, and Councillors Fraser, Frenette, and Ward, I’ve read your statement – which is the kindest, most generous word I can find...
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