Our mini Marathon of Hope The morning of Sunday, Sept. 22, members of the Mount Allison community came together at the Wallace McCain Student Centre to participate in the University’s 37th annual Terry Fox Run. As they arrived, participants who had not already pledged online pledged a donation of at least two dollars to the […]

New senators, new committee, new funding opportunities Last Tuesday was the first Senate meeting of the 2019-20 academic year in the new Windsor Grand Hall. The meeting was held in the new Windsor Grand Hall. At Senate, Mount Allison president Dr. Jean-Paul Boudreau went over updates and prepared faculty for the upcoming year. Boudreau made […]

Mount Allison students love to volunteer and many sign up for clubs, societies and even services like SHARE hoping to make a difference on campus and in the community. But do students always feel prepared? “SHARE has to adapt to the needs of our campus community,” explained Melody Petlock, the SHARE advisor. “So when student […]

Talks cover women in the field of live coding and female Russian composers A small crowd of music students and professors gathered in Brunton Auditorium last Friday to hear from two fourth-year music students who spent their summers researching two very different subjects. Emily Leavitt examined women live coders and their experiences in the workplace. […]

MFT season launch promises season with inclusion, community at the centre Walking into the Motyer-Fancy Theatre on the evening of Sept. 16, there’s a buzz of voices in the air. When taking your seat, you’re greeted by friends and faculty alike, all of whom are chatting about their days or commenting on the slideshow that […]

Mount Allison graduate wins BMO 1st Art competition with series of photographs documenting eroding coastlines. This August, Mount Allison graduate Clara Patterson won the BMO 1st Art competition for the province of New Brunswick with her work Littoral Uncertainty. “It has been really amazing to have had the opportunity to participate in this competition, and […]

Student outlines Indigenous radio show project for the upcoming academic year The CHMA lineup, a diverse and ever-changing rotation of Mount Allison students’ culture and musical taste, is seeing a few new additions to its roster this year. Bryenton Innes hopes to start a radio show through CHMA 106.9 FM centred around Canadian and American […]