Final Performing Arts Series Concert take place in Brunton Auditorium The Mount Allison University Performing Arts Series brings a unique set of artists to campus annually. This year’s season started with an extraordinary fusion ensemble, Culturally INappropriate, who gave the performance of a lifetime to the Sackville community. In November, Polaris Prize-winner Jeremy Dutcher took […]

Motyer-Fancy Theatre found guilty of another electrifying production It wasn’t supposed to be the final production of the year, but the Motyer-Fancy Theatre’s production of 12 Angry Jurors sent the season out with a bang. With a spectacular set that brings the audience right into the tense discussion of whether or not a man should […]

 Canadian art writer Amy Fung brings in knowledge of art critique and art writing The Pratt Visiting Artists Lecture Series at Mount Allison was created with the intention to bring in guests from the world of art to share their points of view on being an artist today. Every year, the series brings a guest […]

A colourful, violent romp that doesn’t fly as high as it should Margot Robbie’s version of one of the most iconic villains in comic book history, Harley Quinn, quickly became a fan favourite after her interpretation debuted in 2016’s Suicide Squad. By the following Halloween, practically every woman was wearing her iconic baseball tee and […]

 Sackville’s art community comes together to celebrate “Although the Sweetest Little Thing has evolved over the years, the heart of the event remains the same: a fundraiser that is also very much a community event,” said Lucy MacDonald, the curator of education and community outreach at Owens Art Gallery. The Sweetest Little Thing’s 21st annual […]

A whodunit of epic proportions that is a feast for the brain and the eyes “Physical evidence can tell a clear story with a forked tongue.” This is just one of the gems of dialogue that you’ll find in Rian Johnson’s epic whodunit murder mystery Knives Out. It’s the story of a family who all […]

Sackville business owners start up new café as their next venture After selling their family’s popular Bridge Street restaurant Song’s Chopsticks, Mount Allison graduate David Kwon and his mother Aida Song have started a new project. For many weeks, Sackville’s inhabitants have wondered what would take over the space of the former Bridge Street Café […]