International mentorship program provides opportunities for students to explore the region The sea air had filled the lungs of international and Canadian students. The first trip for the mentorship program started off with flying colours. This program is about pairing up first-year international students with upper-year international students to do fun activities together across the […]

    According to Wikipedia, a hangover is “a 2009 American comedy film” – oh wait, wrong page. Sorry, one sec. A hangover is the “experience of various unpleasant physiological and psychological effects following the consumption of alcohol.” If you have had the good fortune to never experience a hangover, typical symptoms include headache, dizziness, fatigue, […]

Mount Allison students love to volunteer and many sign up for clubs, societies and even services like SHARE hoping to make a difference on campus and in the community. But do students always feel prepared? “SHARE has to adapt to the needs of our campus community,” explained Melody Petlock, the SHARE advisor. “So when student […]

    Hello, Mounties! My name is Rachel McDougall and I’m the Mount Allison health intern at the Wellness Centre this year. I’m in my fourth year playing volleyball for the Mounties and pursuing a bachelor of science in honours biochemistry with minors in biology and chemistry. As the health intern, I work closely with […]

Without the safety-net of having the option to withdraw, students may face additional stress As a sociology student, I have been trained to identify possible consequences of policy changes. That is exactly what I did when I received an email last summer regarding the course withdrawal dates at Mount Allison University. Prior to these changes, […]

At a student-only forum, many concerns about Mount Allison’s current policy were raised Mount Allison’s Policy on Sexual Violence Prevention and Response is to be reviewed this coming May. The policy is in place to protect Mt. A students by preventing sexual violence, highlighting the different roles of University members, and putting in place a […]

Last Sunday was the final regular vespers service in the chapel for this academic year. I preached on the gospel text of a poor widow who makes an offering at the temple (found in Luke 21). Jesus comments on her generosity, and frequently this text is used as the basis of an appeal for generous […]