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Elephants Gerald a musical getaway

Need a vacation? Then throw on some Elephants Gerald, a new Fredericton band with a funky beat and melodic undertone who'll  make you feel...

Seeing Charlotte video to capture sounds and sights of CSAC

Matt Carter plans on bringing the Charlotte Street Arts Centre to life through the sounds that can be heard from inside. “I would like to...

It’s not easy

Nelofer Pazira walks quietly but confidently into our fourth-year journalism class. Her golden-brown hair falls just below her hips and each ear is pierced by...

iRock to close doors after 25 years

Fredericton's iRock nightclub will close on Nov. 1. The announcement was made to the surprise of their patrons last Wednesday on their Facebook page. There...

Oct. 2 STUSU Briefs

Vacated position added to STUSU election The Student Representative Committee announced its acceptance of ex-off-campus representative Sebastian O'Brien's resignation at its meeting Thursday. He will...

Alumni Weekend

St. Thomas University alumni are flocking back to campus on Oct. 3 to 5 as the university celebrates its 50th anniversary in Fredericton this...

Gallant wins, Greens break new ground and machines let us down

  https://storify.com/Slaidman/gallant-wins-greens-break-new-ground-and-machines  

Writer’s Block

Writer's Block is an occasional column that will feature pieces or excerpts of creative writing from students at St. Thomas. To submit pieces to...

‘Greeking out’ at the clubs and societies fair

At least one new group, a fraternity, came out to rally student interest at the Clubs and Societies Fair hosted by the St. Thomas...

International tuition debated

Many Atlantic universities are struggling with enrollment, and some are considering dropping the price of international tuition. St. Thomas history professor Julia Torrie thinks the university...

Theatre St. Thomas back in action

Theatre St. Thomas is preparing for a new year with a new play, and new director. English faculty advisor Robin Whittaker will be replacing...

Fredericton artist back home with solo exhibit

After two years  spent recovering from  two concussions and a heart attack, artist Craig Smith Dow is back  in Fredericton with his new exhibit,...
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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...

Commentary: Marvel-Us

“In my culture, death is not the end, it’s more of a stepping off point.” These were the words of the first Black-led Marvel Cinematic Universe...

STU predicts enrolment to go down by 3 per cent, attendance still strong

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...