Music society organizes mental health week during the busiest month of the year As March continues and April approaches, stress levels continue to rise in the music conservatory. Student recitals, jury season, final paper due dates and final exams are looming in the near future and the environment seems to get more frantic and chaotic […]

Guest speaker speaks to the historic and present inequality of public washrooms On March 8, author Lezlie Lowe gave a presentation on her book No Place To Go: How Public Toilets Fail Our Private Needs. Lowe, a journalism professor at King’s College in Halifax, was the guest speaker at Mt. A’s annual international women’s day […]

Connections within the body create messy yet rewarding scientific work We tend to hear a lot about the value of connection at a small school like Mt. A. In a close-knit community like Sackville, connections are fostered at every turn, between students, professors, community members, disciplines – the list goes on. But while we’re constantly […]