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  • The rock face that New Brunswick man Jason Anderson fell from

    Miracle on the mountain top

    It was Jason Anderson’s first time rock climbing, and it was almost his last. It was Aug. 30, and the 18-year-old and three of his friends set out to climb Mount Katahdin, the larg...

  • The rock face that New Brunswick man Jason Anderson fell from

    Miracle on the mountain top

    It was Jason Anderson’s first time rock climbing, and it was almost his last. It was August 30th, and the young New Brunswick man and a few of his buddies set out to climb Mount Ka...

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    Frederictonians chalked up hands this winter

    Hidden in the basement of Fredericton’s Lady Beaverbrook Gym are two old squash courts. They were converted into a rock-climbing gym, and are run by the UNB Rock and Ice Club...

  • Africa Night 2014.

    African Culture in Fredericton

    As a young teenager, Saa Andrew Gbongbor witnessed heinous crimes in his blood diamond, war-torn country, Sierra Leone, in West Africa. Sierra Leone was in a civil war for a decade...

  • Student panel: Hannah Barrett, Ryan Buchanan, Emily Thomas, Mary Beth Piper and Meranda McLaughlin
Photo by Edrinekia Gibson

    Students unblur the lines of consent

    Consent is like a four-way stop, you can assume you have the right of way. “Consent is a verbal agreement to engage in sex,” says Emily Thomas, a panellist at the St. Thomas Blurre...

  • Special needs cheerleading team brings club togeth...

    Cheerleading is a sport that is physically and mentally demanding and one that requires its athletes to be competitive and enthusiastic. One cheerleading club from Saint John’...

  • Sunrise over the Santa Rosa mountains from highway 74. (Kaylee Moore)

    Canadians head to the desert

    Rick Chalmers watches the guardrail blur by out the passenger window. His son’s love for extreme skateboarding comes through in his driving. Rap music escapes the open windows of t...

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    New Brunswick’s first Aboriginal Lieutenant-...

      Lieutenant-Governor Graydon Nicholas says the past five years as New Brunswick’s first Aboriginal representative for Her Majesty the Queen have been “transforming.” Dressed ...

  • Picture of Kristie & Kayla

    A Graduation Story for Two

    Kristie and Kayla MacAllister, 22, are twins who are about to graduate university. Meet them standing, and you know they’re not identical. Kristie is taller, with broader shoulders...

  • Fredericton Medium

    Fredericton Medium does big things

    Fredericton is filled with people from all walks of life. Travelling down quiet Charlotte Street in Fredericton, one might spot a special house. While the outside might look well d...