It’s here, folks: the Wellness Centre and MASU are teaming up this week for the #KnowYourStatus campaign! Keep your eyes peeled for new informational posters up around campus and our education and awareness booths on Wednesday and Friday! We will also be providing drop-in STI testing from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 27 […]

As Halloween had come to a close, The Rocky Horror Picture Show was played at the Vogue. Students and residents from all around Sackville and maybe even New Brunswick all gathered outside on a cold wintery night to watch the 1975 classic. People went to the extent of dressing as the characters of the show […]

Every day we’re surrounded by images of romantic relationships: in our own lives, on our TVs, in the news, in the books we read, in the music we listen to and in the content we see on social media platforms. We love to root for and look up to relationships that we admire, especially those […]

This semester, the students of GENV 4821 (A Seminar in Urban Issues) embarked on a weekend-long journey to Fredericton, N.B., to complete research on craftwork restaurants. Under the instruction of Dr. Tim Reiffenstein, students Tamlyn Mafika, Aminah Simmons, Sertara Wilkinson and Arianna Woodley conceptualized their project based on course materials and discussion surrounding authenticity, gentrification […]

    This week, I was lucky enough to attend the Atlantic regional symposium held by Postsecondary Education Partnership—Alcohol Harms at Dalhousie with Venna Penney, the MASU vice-president of student life. At this conference, student leaders from Mount Allison, Saint Mary’s, Dalhousie, Saint Thomas and Acadia discussed strategies to encourage and utilize various harms-reduction strategies on […]

With October coming to an end and the clouds turning grey, it was time for another trip for the international students. Instead of exploring the likes of Prince Edward Island and Hopewell Rocks, my fellow internationals voyaged to Nova Scotia and into the great city of Halifax. The blistering cold and the winds flooded onto […]

Each person has a different idea of what’s recyclable. People come from different places and different places have different rules about what can and can’t be recycled. For example, in Sackville (part of Westmorland and Albert counties of New Brunswick) waste is sorted differently than in Nova Scotia. In Nova Scotia, glass can be recycled […]

After a long week of midterms, essays, extracurricular activities or whatever it is that fills our time and energy as students and as people, it’s nice to unwind. Sometimes we unwind by heading off to an off-campus party with friends, or having some beers and a few pounds of wings, or maybe by going to […]