Guest speaker speaks to the historic and present inequality of public washrooms On March 8, author Lezlie Lowe gave a presentation on her book No Place To Go: How Public Toilets Fail Our Private Needs. Lowe, a journalism professor at King’s College in Halifax, was the guest speaker at Mt. A’s annual international women’s day […]

Two tight knit teams overcome beginner status and win both spots in final Four Mount Allison students attended and won the Up for Debate Maple League competition at Bishop’s University on Feb. 9. The team was comprised of first-year student Helen Yao, third-years Aminah Simmons and Arianna Woodley, and fourth-year Sertara Wilkinson. Yao is a […]

Her job title speaks for itself. If you ever have reason to venture behind the doors of Centennial Hall, you will find an often-unseen group of hardworking staff who really make the University run. One of these individuals is Barb MacIntosh, the university controller. Given her title, you might think that she holds an important […]

Following a two-week campaign, the MASU election results came out on Feb. 1 as follows: Emelyana Titarenko as president, Samuel Unger as VP of academic affairs, Élise Vaillancourt as VP external, and Venna Penney as VP of student life. The new executives will take office on May 1, 2019. Voter turnout ranged between 33.9 per […]

Luke Anderson discusses the topic of accessibility and what we can do to better our communities “In order to make our communities even better places, we need everybody around the table,” said Luke Anderson, executive director of the StopGap Foundation. “We need people from all different lived experiences in on the discussion of how to […]

Administration, faculty and students discuss what the Maple League is and why Mount Allison is a part of it “It’s really about bringing the uniqueness of our four institutions together to create an opportunity to support innovation in liberal education, experiential learning opportunities for our students, shared opportunities around teaching,” said President Jean-Paul Boudreau, “and […]