From the archives brings you old news today. As time passes, the news we report on changes, as does the way we report on it. Conversely, we’ve been covering some of the same issues since 1872. As graduating students prepare to depart, the Argosy can’t say it has any good advice for you. But a […]

Population dropping significantly, dams and salmon farming possible factors In the last two decades, Atlantic salmon populations have dropped drastically, and a group of researchers want to know why. The Atlantic Salmon Federation presented the documentary Lost at Sea on March 7. “Wild Atlantic salmon in North America are not doing so well these days,” […]

Centre for International Studies organizes a public conversation between Khan and Mt. A student Tina Oh To her critics, Masuma Khan says, “I’m just a human being, a person who is fed up – someone’s kid.” As an Afghan-Muslim and racialized woman growing up in Halifax, Khan said she is no stranger to discrimination and […]

Big Buddies is a program that pairs local kids with a student role model, or “big buddy,” from Mount Allison. Buddies spend time together once a week hanging out, playing games and building friendships. George Jacob is a second-year sociology major. “I’d like to emphasize that the one hour at Big Buddies is continually the […]

Truth and ReconciliaACTION film series hosts talk from activist who fought against fracking in NB New Brunswick is free from the threat of fracking, an invasive and environmentally destructive form of natural gas extraction, thanks to a group of local activists. On Friday, March 2, students and members of the Sackville community gathered in the […]