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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...

Bringing awareness to students’ mental health

Cutouts of broken hearts decorated with messages written by St. Thomas University students will be part of a mental health campaign this winter. It's called...

Letter to the Editor: What does voting mean to students?

Making hard decisions in our everyday lives can be frightening, and the 2018 provincial election is no exception. As vice-president education for the St....
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When home is a 2005 Chevy Express

Last summer, 18-year-old Emma Campbell made a wood-furnished 2005 Chevy Express her home, loading it with solar panels, a bed, a fridge and other...

Mourning Mahsa Amini

MONTREAL (CUP) — “Jîn! Jîyan! Âzadi!” — Kurdish for “Women! Life! Freedom!”— was chanted by hundreds of Montrealers as they marched along René Levesque...

STU soccer shut out opponents in dual home opener

The St. Thomas University Tommies soccer teams hosted the Crandall University Chargers on Sept. 18 in a dual home opener that saw the Tommies...

MusicUNB ‘swoons’ audiences at Memorial Hall concert

Light flooded through the stained glass windows of the University of New Brunswick’s Memorial Hall theatre on Sept. 25 as the sounds of opera,...