Providing services for survivors in the region The South East Sexual Assault Centre (SESAC) opened its doors in Moncton in 2017. SESAC, a primarily volunteer-run organization, provided support and services to over 150 survivors in the region in its first year of operation. All of their services come from a feminist, survivor-centred, trauma-informed approach. SESAC’s […]

Unlocking the potential of food March marks Nutrition Month for 2019, and with that comes new resources, fact sheets and featured recipes. Nutrition Month has been celebrated across Canada for over 30 years. It is one of the biggest public awareness campaigns advocating for proper diet and overall health. What began as a small “nutrition […]

The first week of March is International Women’s Week (IWW): a week that celebrates women and recognizes the struggles that women have faced, and continue to face, in a society that is highly gendered. This week of campaigning culminates on International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8. The aim of this campaign is to spark […]

The importance of brain-to-body communication Continuing to eat after feeling full, while feeling sad or while multitasking are common eating patterns. These patterns, and many others, can simply be caused by a lack of communication between your mind and your body. Thankfully, there are ways to foster this communication and engage in mindful eating. Psychology […]

Mount Allison’s men and women’s basketball teams play their last games of the season This past weekend, the Mount Allison Mounties ended their basketball season strong at the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) basketball championships held at Crandall University. Mt A’s men’s basketball team made it to the finals of the championship. Losing their final […]

Mounties prepare to lace up and show their support for those affected by cancer Mount Allison students and the Sackville community alike are preparing to lace up their running shoes to walk, jog and run in this year’s Relay for Life. The upcoming Relay for Life is the first time that the organizational committee is […]

Heading into the ACAA championships Mount Allison’s men’s basketball team sits in third place overall in the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) with 22 points. The team currently has 11 wins over eight losses this season, with two regular-season games remaining. The team’s most recent games include two back-to-back matches this past weekend, with a […]

How to spot the warning signs When we think of intimate partner violence or family violence, we often only think about physical abuse. However, it is important to include emotional abuse in our conversations about violence. Many forms of emotional abuse are not considered crimes under Canadian law, but this does not mean that their […]