Maritza Fariña, Spanish instructor in the modern languages department “International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate and recognize the women who struggled before us. We cannot forget these origins. We wouldn’t be who we are as women today without them. For that reason, I celebrate women and their struggles every day and everywhere I […]

The physics professor’s appointment is representative of a larger problem in scientific disciplines As of July 1, 2019, Dr. Catherine Lovekin will be Mount Allison University’s first female professor to be tenured in the physics department. This appointment is frustratingly late, since Mount Allison awarded the first bachelor of science degree to a woman in […]

The first week of March is International Women’s Week (IWW): a week that celebrates women and recognizes the struggles that women have faced, and continue to face, in a society that is highly gendered. This week of campaigning culminates on International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8. The aim of this campaign is to spark […]

The importance of brain-to-body communication Continuing to eat after feeling full, while feeling sad or while multitasking are common eating patterns. These patterns, and many others, can simply be caused by a lack of communication between your mind and your body. Thankfully, there are ways to foster this communication and engage in mindful eating. Psychology […]

Mount Allison’s men and women’s basketball teams play their last games of the season This past weekend, the Mount Allison Mounties ended their basketball season strong at the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) basketball championships held at Crandall University. Mt A’s men’s basketball team made it to the finals of the championship. Losing their final […]

Mounties prepare to lace up and show their support for those affected by cancer Mount Allison students and the Sackville community alike are preparing to lace up their running shoes to walk, jog and run in this year’s Relay for Life. The upcoming Relay for Life is the first time that the organizational committee is […]

Two tight knit teams overcome beginner status and win both spots in final Four Mount Allison students attended and won the Up for Debate Maple League competition at Bishop’s University on Feb. 9. The team was comprised of first-year student Helen Yao, third-years Aminah Simmons and Arianna Woodley, and fourth-year Sertara Wilkinson. Yao is a […]