Heading into the ACAA championships Mount Allison’s men’s basketball team sits in third place overall in the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) with 22 points. The team currently has 11 wins over eight losses this season, with two regular-season games remaining. The team’s most recent games include two back-to-back matches this past weekend, with a […]

How to spot the warning signs When we think of intimate partner violence or family violence, we often only think about physical abuse. However, it is important to include emotional abuse in our conversations about violence. Many forms of emotional abuse are not considered crimes under Canadian law, but this does not mean that their […]

The Mount Allison varsity swim team picks up a gold, silver and bronze at the Subway AUS swimming championships The Mounties participated in their last meet of the 2018-19 swim season at the Subway Atlantic University Sport (AUS) swimming championships this past weekend at Dalhousie University. During the event, the Mounties made the podium in […]

Low turnout numbers not indicative of a break in Mount Allison tradition It is a rare day that Mount Allison closes due to weather, but it has happened a couple of times this winter. On both occasions, it was due to loss of power rather than simply volume of snow. I took advantage of the […]

Following a two-week campaign, the MASU election results came out on Feb. 1 as follows: Emelyana Titarenko as president, Samuel Unger as VP of academic affairs, Élise Vaillancourt as VP external, and Venna Penney as VP of student life. The new executives will take office on May 1, 2019. Voter turnout ranged between 33.9 per […]

Luke Anderson discusses the topic of accessibility and what we can do to better our communities “In order to make our communities even better places, we need everybody around the table,” said Luke Anderson, executive director of the StopGap Foundation. “We need people from all different lived experiences in on the discussion of how to […]