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STU journalism student named this year’s Donaldson scholar

Alexandre Silberman, a fourth-year St. Thomas University journalism student, was one of 12 students in Canada to receive the Joan Donaldson CBC News Scholarship...

Weekly Briefs Feb. 8 – 21

Students’ Union election St. Thomas University Students’ Union president Sarah Kohut said nominations for STUSU’s spring election open today. The nomination period runs until Feb....

First Canadian Black lawyer commemorated in speaker series

Around 30 people attended the Fredericton Region Museum's live event via Zoom on Feb. 18 commemorating the life of Abraham Beverly Walker, the first...

Remote delivery still causes heavier workload in winter semester

Since the beginning of St. Thomas University's new era of remote delivery, fourth-year criminology student Kim Parker said the student workload has increased, which...

STU finalizes approach to plan for 2021-22 school year

When Reinaldo Cascante, a second-year St. Thomas University international student, learned that STU finalized an approach to plan for the next academic year, he...

Four-week Indigenous education event starting this week at STU

The Indigenous Student Reconciliation Committee at St. Thomas University is hosting a four-week seminar event beginning on Feb. 25. The event will introduce students...

Public no longer permitted to hear president’s report: Senate Briefs – Feb. 11

Public not allowed to attend president’s report The president's report, which usually happens at the beginning of Senate, will no happen at the end and...

The Wil of the People: Is the heart of reconciliation still beating? — Part 3

This is the final part of a three-part series about the Mi’kmaq fishing dispute. Read part one here and part two here. Parliament held an...

Over 30 applications received for COVID-19 international student relief fund

International students could receive up to $1000 for the remainder of the winter semester because of the St. Thomas University Students' Union's International Student...

Women in power: Fredericton women run for political positions 

Fredericton’s upcoming election brought multiple women into the running for office, which has only seen one female councillor over the past four years. Current Fredericton...

N.B. Association of Social Workers responds to ‘unacceptable’ comments from PETL Minister

The New Brunswick Association of Social Workers put out a statement after The Aquinian released an article about the Jan. 21 St. Thomas University...

Weekly Briefs Feb. 1 – 7

Bursaries St. Thomas University Students’ Union vice-president student life Kyle McNally said he received 17 international student relief fund applications this week and 10 have...
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Kyle McAllister: From Tommies to Red Wings

Former Tommies' player and coach Kyle McAllister has been appointed Fredericton Red Wings' head coach, general manager and the director of Prospects Hockey Development. “I’d...

Tommies hockey pre-season tune-up

Back in 2019, the St. Thomas University Tommies women’s hockey season came to a halt due to COVID-19. The sole opportunities to play were...

Head of the Globe and Mail ‘toy department:’ Sports editor Jamie Ross

Deep in The Aquinian web archives, the last published Ross Report details the failure of the 2009 Montreal Canadiens, author Jamie Ross’ favourite team. “I would cringe really...

UNB professor debuts comedy-focused short story collection

Amber McMillan, University of New Brunswick English professor, published her most recent piece of work – a collection of short stories entitled The Running...