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French immersion debate continues

The Telegraph-Journal, a provincial newspaper, published an article with the misleading headline "Province plans to scrap French immersion program" on Jan. 7. Within hours the...

Abortion clinic set to close

St. Thomas University grad Olivier Hébert emotionally addressed the crowd of about 100 people protesting the closure of Clinic 554, New Brunswick’s only private...

American students serve as voice for their country on campus

Following the 2016 American presidential election, New Hampshire native Ashley Riley felt like she became a go-to person on campus to discuss American politics. “It...
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Meet the STUSU executive candidates for the spring election

Tyler MaGee - President Tyler MaGee, St. Thomas University Students’ Union current sexuality and gender diversity representative, is running for president because he said when...

ICYMI: A recap of the vice-president administration, vice-president student life debates

The St. Thomas University Students' Union hosted a vice-president student life and vice-president administration debates in advance of the spring election set for March...

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...