Dr. Chelsea Gardner, co-director of the CARTography Project, presents findings On March 13, Dr. Chelsea Gardner presented fieldwork from the CARTography Project, a mapping project which analyses and recreates the routes of early modern travellers. Gardner’s research is focused on an archeological exploration in the Mani Peninsula in southern Greece, where Pausanias, a second-century traveller, […]

Concern over hospital cuts brings together Sackville residents, administrators and Mt. A students On Feb. 26, hundreds of community members filled Convocation Hall to discuss the health-care reforms proposed by the provincial government earlier this month. The community meeting was hosted by leaders in the Memramcook-Tantramar region including MLA Megan Mitton, Fort Folly First Nations […]

Mount Allison Students’ Union publishes the Student Charter of Rights and Responsibilities On Jan. 20, MASU announced the publication of the Student Charter of Rights and Responsibilities. The purpose of the Charter is to combine all student rights and responsibilities into one cohesive and accessible document. The Charter is also meant to make explicit some […]

Learning to keep calm ‘under pressure’ Julia Campbell and Alex DiLonardo, both masters students at Mount Allison, kept running into students looking to scuba dive. Without a dedicated diving group in the Sackville area, students interested in pursuing diving for academic or recreational purposes were out of luck. In September, Campbell, DiLonardo and their group […]

Dr. Leslie Kern celebrates the launch of her new book, Feminist City: A Field Guide On Jan. 13, Dr. Leslie Kern launched her new book, Feminist City: A Field Guide, to a packed audience in the Owens Art Gallery. Kern is an associate professor in the geography and environment department and the director of the […]

Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Safoura Moeeni presents paper on the intergenerational effects of economic sanctions in Iran Last Thursday, Dr. Safoura Moeeni, a postdoctoral fellow in the department of economics at Mount Allison, presented her paper titled The Intergenerational Effects of Economic Sanctions. Moeeni believes that human decision-making is at the heart of many major macroeconomic […]