Happy New Year, Mounties! I hope you all had a wonderful and restful winter break and are feeling refreshed and ready to tackle whatever this semester throws at you. Did you know that about 80 per cent of people lose their motivation by mid-February and fail to achieve their New Year’s resolutions? The numbers are […]

Dr. Leslie Kern celebrates the launch of her new book, Feminist City: A Field Guide On Jan. 13, Dr. Leslie Kern launched her new book, Feminist City: A Field Guide, to a packed audience in the Owens Art Gallery. Kern is an associate professor in the geography and environment department and the director of the […]

Citizens of Mount Allison, my tips have returned, not out of my own desire, but rather out of my own rage. This is my final semester at this institution and something truly beautiful happened on my first day of classes. While sitting in a second-year psych course that I forgot to take until now, my […]

Following the expression ‘new year new me,’ Mount Allison University has committed itself to developing healthier habits in an attempt to slim down its size in the new year. Mount Allison reportedly had a rough couple years, experiencing chronic fatigue and lethargic behaviour after having to endure the arts side of the liberal arts experience. […]

Indigenous artist Jeremy Dutcher reignites his ancestral language through international tour On Nov. 30, the Mount Allison University Performing Arts Series presented its second concert of the season, and the performances just keep getting better and better. This neo-operatic performance brought the Indigenous artist Jeremy Dutcher, recipient of the 2018 Polaris Prize, to the Brunton […]