The first talk of this year’s Geography and Environment seminar series looks at tracing environmental damage on an ecosytem through the layers of sediment in the closest lake On Wednesday, Dr. Joshua Kurek gave the first talk of the geography and environment department’s new lecture series. Kurek spoke on the legacy of persistent pollutants associated […]

Kathi Hemphill Camilleri leads participants in reeactment of Canada’s traumatic history Mount Allison hosted an experiential workshop, entitled Building Bridges through Understanding the Village, on Thursday, Sept. 27, which was also Orange Shirt Day on campus. The workshop was facilitated by Kathi Hemphill Camilleri with cooperation from Patty Musgrave, Mt. A’s Indigenous affairs coordinator. Students, […]

World-renowned environmental activist, broadcaster and scientist visits the Ralph Pickard Bell library to endorse Green party candidate Megan Mitton David Suzuki spoke to a crowd of students and community members who filled the library in support of local Green party candidate Megan Mitton on Friday evening. Suzuki began by explaining that he supports the Green […]

Provost talks resource allocation while students, faculty concerned with communication, flexibility This summer, the Mount Allison administration announced that correspondence courses would no longer be offered during the fall and winter semesters. Two weeks ago, at the first University Senate meeting of the year, students silently protested this decision. Led by the MASU, students gathered […]

Students, faculty, community members and local businesses came together to celebrate the new office and to learn about the opportunities available this year “Opportunity starts here and it starts today,” said Krista Steeves, the director of experiential learning, at the gala on Wednesday evening. The office of experiential learning and career development launched their new […]

Participants and organizers comment on the diversity of orientation events In a social climate where extroverted personalities thrive, how do introverts deal with the overwhelming social demands of Orientation Week? For many first-year students, Orientation Week can be stressful, especially for those with introverted personalities. A week that is supposed to help new students make […]

Liberal incumbent Bernard LeBlanc has been the MLA for Memramcook-Tantramar for as long as it has been a constituency. In 2006, when Dieppe-Memramcook, Shediac-Cap-Pelé and Moncton Crescent were all combined into one riding, LeBlanc was elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in that year’s provincial election. However, LeBlanc’s public service did not begin […]