The program provides 24/7 mobile support for all students Due to a recent change in counsellors at the Wellness Centre, Mount Allison has introduced a new virtual counselling service for students. Mt. A is partnering with Morneau Shepell, a Canadian human resources and technology company, to introduce the Student Support Program (My SSP). This program […]

How to help yourself, and those around you In March of 2018, Global News reported that nearly 40 percent of men and women in Atlantic Canada have, at one point or another, experienced sexual harassment. Historically, many public counselling and human rights services have long wait times. Thankfully, Mount Allison students who have experienced sexual […]

Mt. A president Dr. Jean-Paul Boudreau uses running to process ideas while maintaining his physical health Dr. Jean-Paul Boudreau proves that his success in running is not limited to his recent installation as Mount Allison’s 15th president and vice-chancellor. “I have a busy life, [in my] job as University president,” Boudreau said, “but running gives […]

Why you’re falling asleep in your morning class Sleep contributes to our overall quality of life. It plays a role in many areas of our daily functioning. Unfortunately, for some people falling asleep and staying asleep can be very hard. Sleep can be disturbed by many factors such as stress, caffeine intake, alcohol consumption and […]

We need to talk about consent. When we talk about consent there are a number of factors we need to consider, because consent is more than just a single, vocal, enthusiastic “Yes.” Particularly, we need to talk about how consent cannot be given if there is any abuse of trust, power or authority. Consent is […]