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Senate Briefs – Feb. 24

Academic calendar dates St. Thomas University’s registrar, Karen Preston, put forth the motion for approval of the 2022-2023 academic calendar dates. There were three votes against...

Senate Briefs – Oct 21

Note: The president’s report remains in-camera, meaning in private, as per Senate's Feb. 11, 2021 decision. Because of this, The Aquinian is unable to...

STU alumni Nathan DeLong debuts first book

Nathan DeLong, a St. Thomas University and The Aquinian alum, debuted his first book – Woodstock: New Brunswick's Oldest Town Through the Years. The book,...
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‘It’s a way of life’: How Indigenous artists express their love of culture

L’nu artist and educator Rebecca Labillois started basket weaving back in the early ‘80s as a child, while her mother, Margaret, ran a weaving...

The silence of Queen Elizabeth on Canada’s Indigenous history

Theo Saulis remembers looking up at the remains of Shingwauk Indian Residential School, located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., during a visit to the...

‘Literal war’: Memorial raises awareness about situation in Iran

Fredericton’s Iranian community held a memorial at Fredericton City Hall Friday, calling for the ceasing of violence in Iran. The ceremony was held in honour...

Canada Summer Games: More than a tournament

The 2022 Canada Summer Games, held in Niagara, Ont., saw the celebration of athletic excellence from across the country. There were familiar faces at...