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‘Justice has been served’: Students react to Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis

When Kim Parker, a fourth-year criminology student at St. Thomas University, heard that United States President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19, she said...

Flu shot debate: Where do students stand in 2020?

Flu season has arrived and the debate over vaccinations has begun. In the current COVID-19 era, the push for vaccinations is stronger than ever. Rachel...

‘The workload has been crushing’: Professors adjust to online classes

Students are not the only ones struggling with online learning. St. Thomas University professors are also trying to adjust to the new normal.  Karen Robert...

The taboo around tattoos

Kathleen Jones, a St. Thomas University Bachelor of Education student, said when she starts teaching, she won’t be covering up her tattoos because they...

Why are celebrity breakups so interesting?

Celebrities line magazine shelves and tabloid stands around the world. From print publications to the social media stratosphere, celebrity gossip is thriving, but why...

STU’s 110 anniversary will look different for the first time in a century

St. Thomas University will celebrate its 110 anniversary on Oct. 5 and STU is more than a century old, but this is the first...

Commentary: A badass feminist and the sentiment she leaves behind 

When I heard of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, my heart stopped with fear. She fought for so long to hold the United States Supreme...

J.K Rowling called out for transphobia

Readers accused Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling of being transphobic after the release of her latest novel, Troubled Blood, on Sept. 15. Her novel, written under the pen name...

Masks in New Brunswick: A not so mandatory issue

Between August and September companies in Fredericton, like Walmart, Starbucks and American Eagle made masks mandatory when entering and shopping in their stores. There is...

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...

The Cellar Pub and Grill opens under COVID-19 restrictions

The Cellar Pub and Grill reopened its doors on Sept. 18 after approval from the University of New Brunswick. The pub was allowed to...

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...