Emily Hubley is a fourth-year honours student in the department of psychology. “I am currently working on my honours thesis with Dr. Gould. My research focuses on oral hygiene of older adults in long-term care. For my project, we will be implementing a new form of in-service training where care aides will discuss the problems […]

Content warning: Article discusses topics of youth suicide and mental illness. For a significant part of her childhood, Ashley Cummings struggled with allergies. When she went to school, she would frequently develop hives, and would regularly take an over-the-counter, and sometimes, when the reactions were particularly bad, she’d leave school early. At one point in […]

The President’s Speakers Series continues to captivate with guest Indigenous teacher The President’s Speakers Series continued Jan. 16 evening in Crabtree auditorium. The speaker, Elder Albert Marshall, who comes from the Moose clan of the Mi’kmaw nation, spoke to a packed audience. Crabtree, Mount Allison’s second-largest lecture hall, was brimming with excitement at the opportunity […]

From the archives brings you old news today. As time passes, the news we report on changes, as does the way we report on it. Conversely, we’ve been covering some of the same issues since 1872. Today, students request dietary accommodation and a functional soft-serve machine. In 1970, we were worried about our right to […]

The Rhodes Scholarship is a prestigious postgraduate award, valued at over $100,000, that gives the recipient the ability to pursue postgraduate studies at the University of Oxford free of tuition fees. 54 Mount Allison graduates have been awarded the scholarship, seven in the past decade. Currently a history major at Mt. A, Robertson is one […]

Local musicians perform at Ducky’s, offering a glimpse into this year’s CD compilation. This past Thursday, Conduct Becoming hosted their first open mic night of the year. Students performed original songs as well as covers, which provided what Conduct Becoming co-producer Sadie Donahue called a “showcase of what’s on the CD.” Open mic nights allow […]

Erin Steeves is a fourth-year honours student in the department of biology with a minor in chemistry. “My research has been conducted under the supervision of Dr. Karen Crosby, who focuses on the neural regulation of appetite, and how stress can influence appetite regulation in a brain region called the dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus. […]