As convocation approaches, arts students consider what awaits for them after they step across the stage There is a well-known saying that suggests that if you find a job doing something you love, you will never work a day in your life. Some students may begin to question this counsel as convocation weekend quickly approaches, […]

This week, along with hundreds of students I will be graduating in the class of 2018. I will not, however, be walking on stage during Convocation. Instead, after careful deliberation, I have decided to protest my convocation. This is why. In my first semester of university, athletes on the Mount Allison football team dressed up […]

Sylvan Hamburger made substantial contributions to the Argosy in a number of roles There are several aspects of today’s Argosy for which readers can thank former staff member Sylvan Hamburger. Previously an illustrations editor, editor-in-chief, news reporter and contributor, Hamburger has been awarded the Crake-Sawdon Award for his substantial and varied contributions to student journalism. […]

Transitioning for Life to connect Mt. A students and disability services with wider community For some graduates, finding employment and means for independent living are more challenging than for others. Employers often emphasize strong communication skills, which can create barriers for job-seekers with social disabilities. This barrier, among others, was pointed out by Margaret Tusz-King, […]

Newly renovated Gairdner and Barclay buildings create new research space for life sciences Since Monday, Mount Allison science faculty have been moving into the newly renovated Gairdner building and will continue to do so until the end of May. The space, which is focused on environmental science, will provide offices and lab space for research […]

Tenure-track hires will be part of the University’s creation of a new Indigenous studies minor Mount Allison University is currently in the process of hiring two faculty members for tenure-track positions in a new Indigenous studies program. Seven candidates gave teaching and research presentations from April 16 to 24 in the Mawita’mkw, a designated place […]

Graduates exhibit work on campus one last time Although the fine arts graduating students’ exhibit is an annual event, one would be mistaken to characterize it as repetitive. This year, the show features several talented soon-to-be alumni exhibiting their “swan songs,” as per the title of this iteration of the exhibit. While each piece is […]