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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...

Drugs to digital

This year's Dalton Camp lecturer knows about cutting through the noise. New York Times columnist David Carr worked through a decade-long cocaine addiction, an...

Ayed stresses patience

Nahlah Ayed, veteran journalist, spoke on the importance of patience in the Middle East to a full auditorium at St. Thomas University on Wednesday. The...
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STU student brings awareness to ecological crisis through art

Grace Hickey, a third-year St. Thomas University student, put out a call to the Fredericton arts community for environmental pieces for an installation. Hickey is...

Social sciences are not an “easier” science, says STU graduate

Mary MacLean, a St. Thomas University graduate, works with Defence Research and Development Canada as a defence scientist. She investigates the science and innovation...