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The poets of Confederation

Peter Pacey likes to think about Bliss Carmen and Charles Roberts playing together in Carmen’s backyard. Built before the street came in, the back...

The liberal arts student urge to dress up for school

So what are students wearing on campus… really? To find out the answer to this question, I scoured James Dunn Hall, the Great Hall...

Review: TUNB presents The Ends of the Earth

Two men frantically glance at each other from across the stage, their eyes widen in mutual fear as they simultaneously share a single thought...
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The Aquinian’s top stories of 2021-22

Editor's note: this list was compiled in the order in which they originally published on The Aquinian's website.  Bomb threats. Elections. Union strikes. Racism. War. These...

Graduating STU students speak out about inability to vote for valedictorian, by-election scheduled

Update: On April 4 at around 8:00 a.m., a new ballot was released for the spring by-election where students could vote for STUSU vice-president...

‘We don’t give them dignity; they have it’: The 12 Neighbours Community

In early October last year, a new community began to take shape on a vacant lot on Fredericton’s Northside. The city’s first collection of affordable...

Commentary: ‘The invisible minority’ — Navigating university from the foster care system

Content warning: This article contains mention of mental illness, rape, sexual assault, suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder. I remember the day I received my acceptance...