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Weekly Briefs: Sept. 13-20

Clubs and societies fair St. Thomas University Students’ Union vice president administration Matt Oram said he is working on a virtual clubs and societies week...

Residence guidelines might mean mental health challenges for students

With new rules and regulations in place for university residences, St. Thomas University mental health coordinator Kelly Humber Kelly said students may feel isolated. "When...

Where there’s a wind, there’s a way: Inaccessible housing protest at City Hall

A group of 15 people protested inaccessible housing at City Hall on Sept. 13. The windy Fredericton weather, picking up fountain water and spraying...

Time, finances left New Brunswick universities with no campus polls on election day

The New Brunswick snap election saw no on-campus polling stations at any of the province’s four public universities. “I was really appalled that they didn’t...

New meal plan price goes up; times to eat go down

St. Thomas University first-year student Makira Asprey said she wakes up at 6 a.m. and eats granola bars and other snacks to hold her...

Progressive Conservatives win majority government: how election night went for each party

Blaine Higgs, the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick, pumped his fists in the air when he entered the Lion's Club...

The ‘Wil’ of the People: What you need to know this provincial election.

'Wil of the People' is a series of political commentaries by third-year Great Books and political science student Wil Robertson. I am starting my third...

The new world of online learning at St. Thomas University

St. Thomas University sociology professor Erin Fredericks said they think STU made the right decision announcing classes will be held online in the fall. “I...

ICYMI: A recap of the Fredericton South candidates debate

The St. Thomas University Students' Union and the University of New Brunswick Student Union hosted a Fredericton South riding candidates debate in advance of...

‘Missing out on important milestones:’ grads react to convocation postponement and cancellations

St. Thomas University’s vice-president academic and research, Kim Fenwick, sent an email on March 17 stating the grad dinner, T-Ceremony and the athletics banquet...

Updated: STU senate approves pass/fail option for courses this semester

The St. Thomas University senate has passed a motion that allows for professors to give students a pass or fail rather than receive letter...

STU senate to vote on pass/fail option for courses this semester

St. Thomas University Students’ Union president, Husoni Raymond, is bringing a proposal to the university senate today on pass or fail systems for courses...
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