We have made it to the end! The academic year is over, the final issue of volume 147 of the Argosy is complete, and volume 148 is well underway. I want to use this special issue to thank those students who shared their voices by contributing articles to our opinion section. I want to bring […]

Recent social justice advocacy at Mount Allison has focused heavily on “allyship” in activism. In the Argosy last month, Tina Oh delivered an astute critique of the Mt. A Feminist Leadership Conference’s approach to this topic. She examined the role of allyship in challenging oppressive norms and argued that discussions of allyship are missing the […]

Entry-level positions Sackville We know it can be hard to find a job right out of university, especially with all you new grads entering the workforce. Luckily, the Town of Sackville understands this, and is advertising jobs tailored specifically to recent grads to help them get their foot in the door and build a resume […]

Well, it looks like you fuckin’ made it. You’re graduating, or maybe you’re just here for the liquor drinks and the good times. Either way, it’s friggin’ party time. If you are graduating, I’m going to give some tips on both how to physically graduate (accept degree, etc.) and also how to survive after Mt. […]

After raising Mi’kmaq flag and hosting first Powwow, ISSG continues to build momentum It’s been over five years since Chris Metallic, a young Indigenous Mount Allison student from Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation, disappeared one night after a party. The community searched for Metallic for months, trying to trace his steps from where he was last […]

Alum Jake Planinc brings contemporary Canadian theatre to Halifax with new company Today, he’s Matchstick Theatre’s artistic director, but Jake Planinc didn’t always hold a love for theatre. While growing up in St. Catharines, Ont., he disliked attending shows with his father. “He’s not a theatre person at all but he sort of forced me […]

Annihilation, a movie based on the book by Jeff VanderMeer, was released in theatres across the globe this spring. Though I have not seen the movie yet, what I can say is that book itself is eye-opening, and I strongly recommend it. The best way I can describe the book is to compare it to […]

It’s a small world after all, at least according to Nolan Parker In the movie adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved classic The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the Lady Galadriel states that “Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.” It’s an apt reminder to not forget the […]