Imagine performing a presentation in front of a room of eager listeners on a topic you’ve been assigned only seconds before. For some, this might sound like a midterm nightmare, but for Mount Allison student Talia Steeves, it’s an exciting challenge. Steeves is one of 15 members of the Bagtown Babblers Toastmasters group. For those […]

With two great flashes of blue light, Jeska Grue’s power went out. The electric transformer outside her house exploded on Jan. 24, the night of Sackville’s ice storm. The blast was quickly followed by the appearance of three fire trucks and multiple firefighters searching the dark, snow dusted streets with flashlights. Like most of those […]

Starting today, Stereophonic will provide Sackville residents with a welcomed escape from the frigid reality of winter. In its 14th year, the festival’s new multimedia dimension plans to merge the music scene with the visual arts by incorporating a zine fair and short film screening to the concert program. The festival doubles as a fundraiser […]

In harmony with Mount Allison’s Indigenous Year of Knowing, dozens gathered at the Owens Art Gallery to engage in playful discussion about the powerful symbol of the circle on Thursday, Sept. 29. The first installment of the second anniversary of Interdisciplinary Conversations featured speakers Doreen Richard, Mt. A’s Indigenous affairs coordinator, Vicki St. Pierre, professor […]

Over an intense four-week period, Mount Allison’s arts and culture marketing class organized Sackville’s seventh annual Culture Days, a national movement for strengthening community relationships with local artistry. One of the few Canadian universities to host Culture Days, Mt. A offers its marketing students the hands-on opportunity to learn the value and role of marketing […]