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Featured on Fredericton’s Own Stage

Fredericton's Own is a stage designed specifically for Fredericton's talent. This is the second year for the stage and oh yeah - it's free. Here's...

Harvest Jazz & Blues maintains reputation

After 24 years, the Harvest Jazz & Blues festival has created quite a reputation within the international and local Canadian festival scene. Providing plenty...

STU pays more than $50,000 for new seating

The replacement of tables and chairs in the main common area at Sir James Dunn Hall over the summer is among many changes to...

Walk among the living dead

My favorite zombie mention of all time was in The Mummy, when one of the actors faked being a zombie so that he could...

World Cup Craze

The first day I cried was that Saturday. After 16 years, my team was going to the quarterfinals in the biggest soccer event on...

Group looks to push abortion issue on provincial campaigns

Reproductive Justice New Brunswick is pushing for abortion to be taken as a serious election issue this campaign season. Since the group's formation in...

Proposed legislation tosses crime victims to the backseat

The Canadian justice system has changed a lot over the last century. We saw a shift from a penal model to a welfare model,...

Greeting and farewell from the Editors-in-Chief

From the outgoing This is it, last one. Maybe happier than I should be, but it has been a long road. From the Aquinian staff, I...

Why I shouldn’t have gone to STU’s town hall meeting

Attending STU's town hall budget meeting was pointless, even when compared to its dreadful inauguration last year. “We'll have to make, and have already made,...

The unknown about the world’s largest democracy

India may be the second largest state in population size, but it's the largest democracy in the world. India became independent in 1947, electing its...

It has been a pleasure

Some of you may be pleased to note this is my last column. For me, it has been a pleasure. This past year I received...

Calling Quebec’s bluff

Pauline Marois is a terrorist to traditional Canadian values. A bold statement for sure but one that is not completely unfounded. In the whole debacle that...
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On March 17, I booked an emergency flight back home to Ecuador. The government was closing the borders before midnight the next day and...

A campus without sports

In June, the Atlantic University Sport and the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association, the governing bodies of St. Thomas sports belongs to, chose to cancel...

Athletic scholarships still valid

Benson Garchinski of the St. Thomas University men's volleyball team was heartbroken last spring when fans were escorted out of the Grant Harvey Center...

New year, new clubs, new outreach

St. Thomas University's clubs and societies have been forced to think of creative ways to engage with students in wake of the university offering...