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Students form blockade to support Wet’suwet’en nation, divestment

Students gathered in the St. Thomas University courtyard during a winter storm on Feb. 27 for a rally supporting the Wet'suwet'en nation. It followed...

Commentary: #SHUTDOWN CANADA: Reconciliation is dead

It's hard not to laugh about railways shutting down in response to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police arresting the occupants of the Unist'ot'en camp,...

Fredericton shows support for Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs

Indigenous and non-Indigenous supporters marched in the Fredericton-based solidarity rally on Jan. 29 to show solidarity with Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs who have been working...
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Fall STUSU by-election results The St. Thomas University Students’ Union had their fall by-election on Oct. 21. The new STUSU representatives are Jessie-Lynn Cross and...

COVID-19 spike left students travelling for Thanksgiving in fear

HoJin Jung, a fourth-year St. Thomas University student, and his roommates were heading home to Moncton for Thanksgiving break when they thought about turning...

‘We are all treaty people’: Support rally for Mi’kmaq relatives at N.B. legislature

Alma Brooks, a Maliseet grandmother from St. Mary's First Nation, addressed a crowd of 130 protestors at the Provincial Legislative Building on Oct. 22...

Student mental health struggles rise with increasing COVID-19 cases

Jonathan DesRoches, a first-year St. Thomas University student, said he thinks the pandemic's second wave has begun following COVID-19 outbreaks in Campbellton and Moncton. "It's...