Stereophonic is always an exciting weekend in Sackville, but this year the festival had a new event up its sleeve. For the first time, a series of short films was screened at The Vogue on Saturday as part of the festival. This allowed the audience a break from dancing at Thunder & Lightning and the […]

CHMA, Sackville’s campus and community radio station, held its 14th annual Stereophonic music festival last weekend, a bright light in Sackville’s blustery winter. The festival was chock full of incredible Canadian artists, a large handful of whom have belonged to Sackville at one time or another. Stereophonic had notably fewer folk acts this year, instead […]

Every year, the question most frequently asked on Jan. 1 is, “What is your New Year’s resolution?” We all have things we want to accomplish and changes we hope to see in the new year, so the Argosy asked Mount Allison students to share their resolutions. “Drinking more water is my first New Year’s resolution. […]

Do you find yourself feeling a little down in the winter months? You could be experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD is a mental illness that can have significant effects on mood and motivation. Symptoms of SAD may be different for each individual. However, most frequently, individuals experience irritability, low energy, social withdrawal, oversleeping, carbohydrate […]

Over the past two weeks, blue toques have become as much a staple of the student-athlete’s attire as team jackets and socks with flip flops. No, they are not the latest release from Under Armour. Rather, the toques were provided by Bell as part of the Bell Let’s Talk Campaign, which began in 2010 with […]

Entrance into the Mount Allison anthropology program was suspended on Jan. 20. According to Jeff Ollerhead, provost and vice-president academic and research, the anthropology program itself has not yet been suspended. Ollerhead said that a “consultation process” will take place, mostly during this semester, to decide whether to suspend the program. An anthropology professor will […]

At the Students’ Administrative Council meeting on Jan. 16, Tina Oh resigned from her position as vice-president external affairs for the MASU. Oh cited systemic racism, which she said she has faced during her three years working with the MASU, specifically regarding her work in environmental activism, as the reason for her resignation. Oh has […]

Moving Forward After MASU Resignations Following the resignation of the vice-president external affairs and finance and operations, the Mount Allison Students’ Union (MASU) has decided to leave both positions vacant. The remaining executive will divide the responsibilities amongst themselves. Aviation Program Concerns Being Addressed In the past few years, Mt. A’s aviation program has grown […]

Mature students at Mount Allison face a unique set of challenges during their time here at university. Mature students are defined as students over the age of 22 upon application, with fewer than 18 transferrable credits from another post-secondary institution. Many are first-generation university students from low-income backgrounds who have taken time off after high […]