Exploring Sackville’s industrial history through the arts Ten years ago, it was commonplace to see Mount Allison fine arts students traipsing down Lorne Street with 35-mm cameras around their necks. They would pass the train station and approach the Enterprise Foundry with captivated caution, attracted to the long brick buildings with high windows where men […]

Approximately 2,000 Sackville residents dropped by the Civic Centre to cast their ballots in the town’s municipal election on Monday, May 9. With overwhelming support from roughly 47 percent of the Sackville electorate, John Higham was elected to replace Bob Berry as mayor of Sackville. Higham received 81 per cent of votes, a decisive victory […]

Jill Clairo has been elected as the valedictorian for the graduating class of 2016. Clairo’s speech will focus on the importance of accepting the unexpected following graduation. She plans to play on Sackville’s unpredictable weather to drive this point home. Clairo, a psychology honours student, acknowledges that her personal account of Mount Allison cannot encompass […]

Six students believe they were drugged, possibly at campus pub Six Mount Allison students have reason to believe they were administered noxious drugs in multiple incidences that have occurred since early last semester. Many of the individuals experienced uncharacteristically severe levels of intoxication and memory loss following the consumption of relatively modest quantities of alcohol. […]

Normal procedure is overlooked due to strategic planning exercise Mount Allison University President Robert Campbell has appointed two new faculty members to replace the outgoing deans of arts and social sciences. Due to the structural uncertainty associated with the university’s ongoing strategic planning exercise, the administration decided to forgo the normal process for appointments and […]

Over 100 hundred hands shot up in the air when Katharyn Stevenson, the president of the women’s and gender studies society, asked who would be willing to protest outside of the Board of Regents (BoR) meeting the following morning. Students gathered in the basement of Avard Dixon last Thursday, Feb. 4, to discuss a demonstration […]