Newly renovated Gairdner and Barclay buildings create new research space for life sciences Since Monday, Mount Allison science faculty have been moving into the newly renovated Gairdner building and will continue to do so until the end of May. The space, which is focused on environmental science, will provide offices and lab space for research […]

Tenure-track hires will be part of the University’s creation of a new Indigenous studies minor Mount Allison University is currently in the process of hiring two faculty members for tenure-track positions in a new Indigenous studies program. Seven candidates gave teaching and research presentations from April 16 to 24 in the Mawita’mkw, a designated place […]

Graduates exhibit work on campus one last time Although the fine arts graduating students’ exhibit is an annual event, one would be mistaken to characterize it as repetitive. This year, the show features several talented soon-to-be alumni exhibiting their “swan songs,” as per the title of this iteration of the exhibit. While each piece is […]

Chapter 10: Solving the Mystery A note to the readership: Alas, our time together has reached its end. But we’ve yet some distance to cover! To refresh your weary memories, this story has two heroes: the young Ralph and dear old Ms. Fannon. The two live in the little town of Lincolnshire. They have been […]

The Indigenous celebration organized by Mount Allison’s Indigenous Student Support Group survives a winter storm and garners a large crowd Mount Allison celebrated First Nations and Métis culture with the University’s first Powwow on Thursday, March 22. A Powwow is a gathering of Indigenous Peoples that celebrates cultures and honours traditions. The celebration includes traditional […]

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 […]