Sackville Commons and Coworking Sackville’s former fire hall and police station at 62 and 64 Main Street has been turned into a workspace for entrepreneurs, artists and non-profit organizations under the name Sackville Commons and Coworking. The founders opened this space to help non-profits in the area that struggle financially. Julia Feltham, one of the […]

The social media-motivated, hyper-aware state in which every university student exists – even at their drunkest and in the most compromising situations – was amplified with the livestreaming of Harper Havoc over Facebook to 972 viewers. The hour-and-a-half-long livestream was posted unbeknownst to many of the people caught on camera. The stream appeared on the […]

Mount Allison has yet to make a formal collective effort towards the decolonization and indigenization of campus courses. The term ‘course,’ in this case, must be understood in two ways: as individual courses or as the combination of courses that make up degree programs. Instructors have the authority to decide the scope of each of […]

Last Thursday marked the official opening of the Mawiti’mkw (a space where we can gather) on the Mount Allison campus, which resides on unceded Mi’kmaq territory. The opening was preceded by the raising of the Mi’kmaq flag and was followed by a dedication and community feast. Located in room 130 of the Wallace McCain Student […]

Family makes emotional plea for missing daughter Twenty-seven-year-old Jami Springer was last seen on Aug. 31 in Moncton. The RCMP continues to treat her disappearance as suspicious, as it is unusual for her to be out of touch with her family for such an extensive period of time. Springer’s family made a plea to the […]

The Mi’kmaq flag was raised over campus last Thursday in anticipation of Nova Scotia’s Treaty Day on Oct. 1. Marking the beginning of Mi’kmaq History Month, the day was originally mandated by the Peace and Friendship Treaty of 1752 for the Mi’kmaq and the British Empire to renew their “friendship and submissions.” “The significance of […]

This year, Student Life updated its code of conduct and implemented a points system in residences that replaced the previous fine system. Under the new rules, students begin the school year with a clean slate and can receive points for violating different residence rules. If a student has a glass bottle or receives a noise […]

We walked into Club P at 3 p.m. on a Friday afternoon. As our eyes adjusted to the mood lighting and our ears filled with soft country music, reality sunk in. We were in the Painted Pony Bar and Grill. The last time either of us was there, the atmosphere was completely different. On select […]

Mount Allison began its series of three Mid-Week Music guest recitals with “A Little Light Music,” featuring soprano Jane Leibel, Christine Carter on clarinet, and Maureen Volk on piano. The trio performed light songs and dances from George Gershwin,  John Greer, Clifford Crawley and D. F. Cook. The concert contained all the components of a […]

If you listen carefully from as far away as North Side on a Wednesday evening, you might just hear the laughs of audience members attending a performance of Presents: the Improv. The weekly improv show, which opens its doors at 9 p.m. at the Pond every Wednesday, has resumed its presence on campus. Every year […]