Political Science and International Relations society hosts Federal election discussion panel Last Thursday, the Political Science and International Relations Society held a discussion panel on the recent federal election. Four guest speakers discussed questions from the hosts of the event about the federal election that happened in October. The panelists at this event were Dylan […]

The end of an unpleasant era Since the beginning of the term, Mount Allison students living in Windsor Hall have been having trouble connecting to the Wi-Fi in their residence, causing frustration among students. “I can’t get work done here. I have to actually go to the library, which is quite a hike to be […]

Vision for Mount Allison’s future discussed among faculty, students and staff Last week, Dr. Jean-Paul Boudreau held two strategic roadmap forums where he discussed the future of Mount Allison. The first forum, held in the library, was almost exclusively attended by professors. The second forum, in the Windsor Grand Room, had a larger turnout that […]

A weekend of discussion and fun This past weekend, the Mount Allison Model United Nations organization (MTAUN) held its fourth annual Model UN conference at Mount Allison. Along with the conferences themselves, there were also social events including a wine-and-cheese night and an after-party. “We’ve been planning since the beginning of the winter semester last […]

Youth present climate change prevention ideas to be funded by Sackville Town Council The Mayor’s Roundtable on Climate Change, a discussion about climate-related issues, held a youth forum on climate change on Oct. 2. On Friday, Oct. 11 youth from Sackville gathered again at Tantramar Regional High School (TRHS) to discuss ideas presented at the […]

Mt. A holds vigil for missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people On the evening of Oct. 1, Mount Allison hosted the annual vigil to honour and remember missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people. The vigil began with an opening prayer and a performance of the Mi’kmaq Honour Song. Next, […]

An inside look at the federal party platforms for the October election This Wednesday, three of the six candidates running for MP in the Beauséjour riding gathered at Convocation Hall for a debate. The federal election this October will determine who becomes the next MP. The candidates in attendance were Vincent Cormier from the Conservative […]

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 […]

Students and community members come together for annual Shinerama fundraiser This Saturday, Mount Allison participated in the annual Shine Day fundraiser. Mt. A students held car washes, bagged groceries and collected donations across southeast New Brunswick and in Amherst, N.S. Mount Allison has won Best Overall Shine Campaign for the past two years and has […]