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The Aquinian’s top stories of 2020-21

Over the past nine months, the editorial team at The Aquinian worked around the clock to bring students the stories that matter around the...

A letter from the outgoing editor-in-chief 2020-21

There is no proper way to say goodbye to the publication that has shaped me into the person I am today. I always dreaded writing...

The ‘Wil’ of the People: The COVID-19 vaccine in New Brunswick

As the race to immunize the population to protect them against COVID-19 takes off at lightning speed, this column looks to give New Brunswickers...
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Review: ‘Barbarian’ is brutal

Barbarian contains a kind of brutality that has mostly been absent from cinema since the days of transgressive exploitation films in the 1970s or...

Satire: STU students tremble at the sight of Great Hall mural

The following piece is satire. The words and quotes do not represent the views of The Aquinian. None of the quotes or sources are real. The...

Digitizing theatre: STU alum presents ‘Ice Age Coming!’

For St. Thomas University alumnus and artist Corenski Nowlan, trying his hand at digital theatre proved to be a challenge and success. Nowlan’s theatre company,...

N.B. photographer Chris Donovan describes his homecoming

Chris Donovan’s photography exhibition, “Stay Solid and Move West,” is an exploration of his coming of age and takes a close look at intergenerational...