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 […]

Visiting author approached by police after talk on the mining industry in Canada Earlier this semester, two plainclothes RCMP officers were present at a visiting author’s talk about the mining industry in Canada. The presence of the officers brought up concerns about police surveillance of activist spaces and the state’s policing of what is being […]

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 […]

Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Safoura Moeeni presents paper on the intergenerational effects of economic sanctions in Iran Last Thursday, Dr. Safoura Moeeni, a postdoctoral fellow in the department of economics at Mount Allison, presented her paper titled The Intergenerational Effects of Economic Sanctions. Moeeni believes that human decision-making is at the heart of many major macroeconomic […]

Ivan Okello settles in to his position as Black student advisor and diversity educator This past fall, Mount Allison hired Ivan Okello as the University’s new Black student advisor and diversity educator. This is a new role in Mt. A’s student affairs department with Okello’s job specifically supporting the personal success of Black students. Okello […]

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 […]

Student mental health organization presents a panel discussion on mental health and illness Last Tuesday, Change Your Mind held its annual Elephant in the Room event in Gracie’s Café. Elephant in the Room is an event that gives Mount Allison students a space to share stories about their own experiences with mental health and illness. […]