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HOME: New Year’s in Kazakhstan

Young Joo Jun is a third-year journalism student at St. Thomas University. She grew up in Almaty, Kazakhstan. She enjoys photography, doner kebab and letter-writing. Only...

Students celebrate first Halloween

If you've heard "trick-or-treat" sung on your doorstep every Oct. 31, you're probably from Canada, the United States or Ireland, countries that all participate...

Commentary: Don’t forget about the Christmas babies

I celebrated my first Christmas on Dec. 25, 1997 at two days, 15 hours and 19 minutes old. Two days after being born, I was...
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Asynchronous or synchronous?: What works better for online school?

St. Thomas University is encouraging asynchronous learning this semester. Third-year student Jonah Simon said there are good and bad aspects to asynchronous and synchronous...

More students opting to not buy parking passes this year

On the second day of online school, Sept. 10, fourth-year St. Thomas University student Emma Leger parked at the University of New Brunswick library...