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English “club” not replacement class: Robinson

Profs want new literature session to help first years Matte Robinson welcomed students and alumni into St. Thomas University’s first English literature “club” last Tuesday. IntroMANIA...

STUSU Live-Tweet – Oct. 7, 2010… cancelled

... is not happening because STUSU did not meet the quorum. See you all next week.

Bigger, better not the answer: Wright

Short History of Progress author say all hope isn’t lost... yet Ronald Wright is the prophet of doom. His book A Short History of Progress says...

Rage against the machine gun

International correspondent moves crowd with stories from war-torn Africa Stephanie Nolen spoke about her five rules of journalism, each with a story. One was about...

STUSU fall election candidates

First Year Liaison (1 position available) Elizabeth Megan Strange - Email: hcqyc@stu.ca -  Facebook - Twitter Lisette Arevalo- Email: hfqjx@stu.ca -  Facebook - Twitter Student Senator (2 positions available) Laura...

Students buck stereotype

 Three politically involved students have their voices heard For the past month, Danie Pitre should have been in a fourth year journalism class at St....

Message not received

For students rationalization overrides risk when it comes to texting and driving Aaron Noel knows what it’s like to lose a friend. Six months ago, Noel’s...

Calling card replaces free long distance in rez

Bell Aliant takes over from Point of Presence Kassandra Mattice wasn’t impressed with the wake-up call she received after returning to St. Thomas University this...

Politicians use freebies to win votes

Has campus campaigning gone to far? Last Wednesday afternoon, Greg Byrne painted the STU courtyard red. The Liberal candidate in Fredericton-Lincoln parked a classic red Chevy...

Students want more from education promises in N.B. election

Parties promise not to reduce PSE funding in province FREDERICTON (CUP) — As political parties in New Brunswick handed down their platforms in the wake...

From U.S. Marine to STU academic

New crim prof says he owes accomplishments to life experiences Dr. Laurence French is probably one of the most accomplished men you’ll ever meet. He has...

STU prof running for the Greens

Harvey wants to put environment on province’s political agenda Janice Harvey sits in James Dunn Hall sipping her coffee and picking at her muffin. She’s been...
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