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BREAKING: GNB decision to lift COVID-19 mandates will not affect STU campus restrictions

All New Brunswick COVID-19 restrictions will come to an end by March 14, said Premier Blaine Higgs in a press briefing on Feb. 24....

Senate Briefs – Feb. 24

Academic calendar dates St. Thomas University’s registrar, Karen Preston, put forth the motion for approval of the 2022-2023 academic calendar dates. There were three votes against...

Weekly Briefs: Feb. 14 – 20

Students' Union spring general election St. Thomas University Students' Union president Tyler MaGee said nominations for STUSU's spring general election open on Feb. 28. More...

‘That’s journalism, baby’: STU grad responds to online hate

When Joseph Tunney, The Aquinian’s former editor-in-chief, went to interview members of the "freedom convoy" for CBC Ottawa, he knew he was "going into...

Commentary: A once safe city felt unfamiliar

I live in downtown Fredericton. A normally prime location within walking distance of most places and kind people to pass on the street. But this...

‘It’s an every second reality’: Walking While Black panel addresses every day microaggressions

Dorcas Tshimenga sat on-screen surrounded by a group of panelists in an annual Black History Month discussion. The Walking While Black panel was organized...

STU student frustrated by cancelled vaccine appointments

A St. Thomas University student is voicing his frustration at the Government of New Brunswick for repeatedly cancelling his COVID-19 vaccine booster appointments. Pablo Costa,...

‘Honoured to compete’: Moot Court debaters put STU on the map

In a room in Margaret Norrie McCain Hall, two students set up their laptops and snacks. Their laptops sat at eye level using chairs...

Weekly Briefs: Feb. 7 – 13

COVID-19 operations on campus Ryan Sullivan, associate vice-president enrolment, attended the weekly St. Thomas University Students’ Union meeting to address some student concerns about COVID-19...

STU budget development report reveals almost $500,000 operating deficit for 2021-22

St. Thomas University released the 2022-2023 budget development report, showing an operating deficit of almost $500,000 for the 2021-2022 fiscal year before inter-fund transfers...

Neurological rehabilitation centre offers three unique labs at UNB

Inside the Centre for Adaptive Rehabilitative Engineering (CARE) at the University of New Brunswick, a patient walks on a platform, known as CAREN, that...

Weekly Briefs: Jan. 31 – Feb. 6

Psychology Society ratified Alex Nguyen, St. Thomas University Students' Union vice-president administration said STU's governance committee ratified the psychology society. Global Brigades funding application Alex Nguyen, St....
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The Aquinian’s top stories of 2021-22

Editor's note: this list was compiled in the order in which they originally published on The Aquinian's website.  Bomb threats. Elections. Union strikes. Racism. War. These...

Graduating STU students speak out about inability to vote for valedictorian, by-election scheduled

Update: On April 4 at around 8:00 a.m., a new ballot was released for the spring by-election where students could vote for STUSU vice-president...

‘We don’t give them dignity; they have it’: The 12 Neighbours Community

In early October last year, a new community began to take shape on a vacant lot on Fredericton’s Northside. The city’s first collection of affordable...

Commentary: ‘The invisible minority’ — Navigating university from the foster care system

Content warning: This article contains mention of mental illness, rape, sexual assault, suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder. I remember the day I received my acceptance...