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 […]

 Impact in philanthropy, decision making and asteroids On Thursday, Jan. 16, Mount Allison held an interdisciplinary conversation at the Owens Art Gallery, where speakers spoke on the theme of “impact” from their individual perspectives. This is the fourth year that Mt. A has held interdisciplinary conversations. Each year, the talks revolve around a central theme. […]

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 […]

Mounties planning to push for a banner in the new year after winning sixth consecutive game The Mount Allison women’s volleyball team continued their winning streak this past Saturday at the University of New Brunswick, winning two out of three sets. The team has been undefeated so far this season with a total of six […]