Videos

How STU handles mental health and winter productivity

With the bitter weather of winter in full season, it can be easy to fall into a cycle of unproductivity and bad mental health...

STU travels to New York City

In association with the fine arts and history departments, some students from St. Thomas University spent their 2022 reading week experiencing the sights and...

Volunteer for The Aquinian

The Aquinian is a student-owned-and-operated publication at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Did you know that you can write for The Aquinian...

Most haunted locations at STU

The following video is a satire. The haunting of Holy Cross house. The petrifying piss ball. Unravel these terrifying Tommie mysteries with The Aquinian's...

The Spirit Project

The Spirit Project is a mixed-ability theatre group that celebrates inclusion and community through theatre, music and art. Jacob Moore reports. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGlQAQZPNeQ

Norman Betts and the canoe rescue place

Norman Betts found a passion for canoes at an early age. After he retired, he began restoring canoes with his business, Miramichi Canoes. Lars Schwarz...

The Mighty Drunks

Logan Silliphant, a 26-year-old from Keswick Ridge, N.B., explains the origin of his hockey team, The Mighty Drunks. “Our friend group was kind of known...

Warhammer

What is Warhammer 40, 000? Pierina Rivas-Robbiano, in this submitted documentary, showcases the popular tabletop game and the community around it.

My name is Chloe. I biked across the United States.

Last spring, Chloe Solenne, a 19-year-old STU student, biked across the United States. She left from Arlington, Virginia on April 14th and arrived in...

When it All Comes Crashing Down

Bruce Hughes has lived in his Keswick home for 30 years. Since 2018, Hughes has been fighting to save his 148-year-old home from encroaching...

How to go zero waste for dummies (like me)

The Aquinian’s video editor, Jacob Moore, embarked on a month-long zero waste journey. From spilled compost in the kitchen to Carl Wheezer cameos, he...

Mei Eimotieg – We Are Still Here

Oakley Gray, a Mi’kmaw New Brunswick College of Craft and Design fashion student, created a collection based on Indigenous culture and trauma using white...