Nicole Strum inspires Brunton audience Classes are back, and so are performances. The music department kicked off the new semester with its first performance last Wednesday evening in Brunton Auditorium. The featured performer was Nicole Strum, a part-time lecturer at Mount Allison. Strum performed contemporary saxophone arrangements featuring works from several masters of the genre. […]

Exhibit makes second stop in national tour, explores presence and place of objects in our lives In co-curator Jay Wilson’s words, The Closer Together Things Are “is about nearness. It started with this idea of there being slight away-ness which is something, as a designer, [he’d] always thought was really interesting.” This exhibition at the […]

Artist and owner Darin Bavis shares his space with fellow tattoo and fine artist Matt Ursa, handcrafted skateboards and a cycle of local art Following Earth Fine Craft’s closure last October, the small York Street storefront has been reopened as Kraken Ink, a tattoo parlour and flexible artistic space. Owner Darin Bavis has been part […]

Emilie Brousseau is a fourth-year honours student in the department of biochemistry. “My research focuses on quantifying the number of ribosomes per cell in three different marine picocyanobacterial strains which are exposed to various light levels: Prochlorococcus MIT9313, Prochlorococcus MED4 and Synechococcus WH8102. Both Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus are major contributors to the global oxygen production.  […]

Professor Christl Verduyn recognized for her work in Canadian Studies as a professor and author On Dec. 29, 2017, Mount Allison professor Dr. Christl Verduyn was appointed to the Order of Canada. The Order of Canada’s website says that it recognizes Canadians in any field of work who have demonstrated “outstanding achievement, dedication to the […]