Motyer-Fancy’s most recent production tackles controversial campus subject matter In the opening scene of Paul Downs Colaizzo’s Really Really, the audience meets two girls returning from the party of the year. Grace giggles as she deals with a bleeding hand. Leigh distantly checks her texts, calls her voicemail four times, begins to hyperventilate and finally […]

Chapter 7: Kindred Spirits Ralph stood stock still, his body pressed against the grey concrete wall like he was made of paper. He could hear the cicadic buzz of the cylindrical LED lights on the ceiling, and the quiet hum of a vent farther down the hallway. He held his breath and counted to ten, […]

Music department prepares for annual series of student recitals showcasing variety of topics Student recital season is in full swing, with the first of many successful recitals having happened last weekend. Every March and April, music students from different disciplines and years of study display the hard work they’ve put in throughout the entire school […]

We need to talk about tasteless, dangerous aestheticization of age differences in queer cinema. Call Me by Your Name lands in a strange time in Queer cinema; the film doesn’t do anything new, innovative or very exciting. It’s potentially the first in a new wave of queer romance films. Following the groundbreaking Moonlight (2016), Carol […]

Truth and ReconciliaACTION film series hosts talk from activist who fought against fracking in NB New Brunswick is free from the threat of fracking, an invasive and environmentally destructive form of natural gas extraction, thanks to a group of local activists. On Friday, March 2, students and members of the Sackville community gathered in the […]

Student-organized Feminist Leadership Conference seeks an answer The fourth annual Feminist Leadership Conference took place this past weekend, providing spaces for members of the Mount Allison community to develop and hone their idea of allyship and active feminism. On Saturday morning, student organizer Rebecca Zuk had the first word on allyship: “This is a really […]

SMILE is a Saturday morning gym and swim program offered to those who may otherwise not be able to participate in typical recreation programs due to their unique developmental needs. Each child is paired with a student volunteer from Mount Allison University to join them at the YMCA every Saturday. Annica Collette: “I’ve been paired […]