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Frosh week 2011 at St. Thomas University was a whirlwind for Nicole Munro. (Three years of silence) For the final event, a toga party at her new resid...

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Oromocto man charged with stabbing

Jeffrey Joseph Sacobie, 28, made his first appearance in front of Judge Julian Dickson Wednesday afternoon for a stabbing that occurred outside of the tannery in February. The inci...

ONE Change group 10 years later

It began 10 years ago as a crack-prevention initiative, born out of a need to rid their neighbourhood of crime and drug abuse. The citizens of Saint John’s north end wanted to recl...

Disney for the less fortunate

Most people heard of Walt Disney and the magical kingdom, where dreams come true for many children. It may seem like a dream to a child, but the cost of the trip to a parent can be...

Knitting takes the fashion world by storm

Knitting, like all things in fashion, has swung in and out of popularity. But as of right now, donning a homemade infinity scarf or slouchy toque has never been more chic or in tre...

Celebrating heroes by asking hard questions

The man in charge of UNB’s Toll of War program says commemorating world war veterans doesn’t mean putting them on the pedestal — it means using their life stories to help stu...

Spirit Guide on St. Thomas campus

St. Thomas University’s Wabanaki Center wanted a way to welcome all students. The Wabanaki Center is a place on campus dedicated to universities’ First Nations students, but encour...

HeForShe

I am sure you recall the speech that Emma Watson gave at the United Nations last month. Watson, a U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador, launched the “HeForShe” campaign. HeForShe is an e...

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A Social Justice Perspective on Poverty When looking at issues of poverty it is a useful practice to imagine how things would look differently if these issues were commonly recogni...