#4 Will SHOCK You Welcome to the Argosy’s newest column, where we’ll be informing you of the real on-goings at Mount Allison and the pancake-like disc the world actually is. Due to suspicious activity, we begin a week later than expected. But, worry not, we still have time to spread the truth. We did have an article written, but the […]

A garden interview with the executive director Often simply referred to as “the Commons,” the Sackville Commons Co-op recently celebrated its first anniversary on Wednesday, Sept. 20 with its first annual general meeting (AGM). The meeting, while intended to highlight and inform community members and stakeholders of the past year’s progress, was also a celebration […]

When Naoko Ando, owner of the local used bookstore Rags of Time, announced on Facebook that she was looking for a new owner, she didn’t expect to receive a huge response. “I was quite surprised. The post was shared 220 times,” Ando said. The post exceeded 36,000 views and quickly found a new owner. Rags […]

New programming of weekly workshops available for first-generation and low-income students Academic support services is offering a new program called Mount Allison Support for First Generation Students. The program, aimed at low-income and first-generation university students, will involve a series of weekly workshops held every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. These events will […]

Mt. A Undergrads impress with diverse range of research projects This past Friday, Sept. 22, Mount Allison undergraduate students presented their summer research projects at the annual Summer Undergraduate Research Fair (SURF). The fair consisted of both poster and three-minute thesis presentations, with the overarching theme of the day consisting of explanations of both the […]

From the Archives brings you old news today. As time passes, the news we report on changes, as does the way we report on it. Conversely, we’ve been covering some of the same issues since 1872. Today students are taking in the new Pond. In 1989, the Pub was the place to drink on campus, […]

The first movie I review in this column will be the love story between Rose and Jack that everyone thinks is so great, and let me just say, it’s a total disaster. Let’s start with the obvious: EVERYONE KNOWS THE TITANIC SANK. There. Movie over. I saved you three hours and a whole lot of shots of […]

Chapter 1: A Curious Night in Lincolnshire Ralph looked skyward with a start. The distinct reverberation of a sonic boom had snapped him from a daydream, and now he scanned the clouded horizon for its source. If the sound is over there, where is the plane? Above me? He chided himself for not having paid […]

Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay exhibition to open at the President’s Cottage This past weekend I drove down to Charlottetown, PEI to see an exhibition that will open Friday on campus. It was part of Flotilla, a conference for artist-run centres from across Canada. The work exhibited was a project by Edinburgh-based artist Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, and […]