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Graduate appointed deputy leader of N.B. Green Party

St. Thomas University graduate Denis Boulet has been appointed deputy leader of the Green Party of New Brunswick. The labour and environmental activist will work...

STUSU Briefs Jan. 11, 2018

Funding for black history month Husoni Raymond received $2,500 in funding to organize events for black history month. “This is the first time that STU will...

Moot court team sets new records

St. Thomas University made it to the 16th round at the American Collegiate Moot Court National Championship on Jan. 20 in Dallas, Texas, a...

Letter to the editor: Putting an end to violence against women

Far too often, tragedy has to strike for the public to understand the severity of an issue. This was the exact case on Dec....

STUdent receives NB Young Humanitarian Award

Elijah Matheson, a fourth-year human rights and journalism major, has a long history of activism that hasn’t gone unnoticed. Matheson was honoured with the...

Journalist in legal trouble from Muskrat Falls protests shares story

Justin Brake recalled the moment when the gate broke open. Protesters demonstrating in central Labrador against the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project passed through and marched...

STU Senate Briefs Oct. 19

Official enrollment numbers St. Thomas University’s student population is at 1,934 as of Oct. 1. This number is 17 less students than last year’s enrollment....

UN sustainable development workshop: “a first step”

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Workshop was held on St. Thomas University and University of New Brunswick campuses on Oct. 21. The workshop was...

Catching up with STU’s lost Muise

It was a similar sweltering sunny afternoon when I walked downtown to meet John Muise two years ago, but a lot has changed since...

His authentic self: Unpacking Brian Carty’s knapsack

Students grieve for social work professor known for his deep belly laugh, love of music and inspiring, unorthodox teaching A leather-bound journal lies on the...

Investigative journalist discusses Irvings in public lecture

Journalist Bruce Livesey was blunt in his assessment of the relationship between Canada’s fifth wealthiest family and New Brunswick. “Based on what I’ve seen, the...

SafeRide service aims to satisfy students with third van

The University of New Brunswick Student Union announced the addition of a third van to the SafeRide program on Sept. 18 to help reduce...
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St. Thomas University's first semester is online due to COVID-19 and some students are taking the opportunity to take a gap year. Gillian Little, who...

The ongoing fight against systemic racism

Hundreds of protesters knelt for nine minutes in front of Fredericton City Hall on June 2 for the Black Lives Matter march. They knelt...