With graduation only two months away, it is common for students to be stressed about having a plan for the next step in their lives. However, students with learning disabilities can face additional challenges, particularly in their transition to employment. Fifth-year commerce and psychology student Sarah MacKinnon reflected on the impact of being diagnosed with […]

Health-care professions are common pursuits for Mount Allison graduates. In addition to medicine, Mt. A graduates have pursued a number of other health-related fields such as nursing, pharmacy, psychology and health administration. Last year, Amanda Rundle, an honours biochemistry graduate and Marjorie Young Bell scholar, accepted an offer to Dalhousie Medical School. Rundle partially attributes […]

As the class of 2017 approaches the end of their time at Mount Allison, many are left standing before an abyss that holds limitless potential, but also an overwhelming amount of limitations. Some students opt for graduate studies, while others search for the best employment options to pay off their student debt. Others yearn for […]

Mount Allison students probably know how the Pond’s reputation has been dragged through the mud in recent years. Failed events, such as the Pond’s attempt to host a “Men’s Night,” have caused students to avoid the campus pub.  One student captured this sentiment last week in an Argosy article about Club P, in which she […]

Orientation is a chance to expose new students to life at Mount Allison. But what does the orientation committee, commonly known as “white shirts,” offer them? We teach them how to look cool twerking in tight and bright clothing and the words to our uncreative school cheers. Maybe they will hear a couple grumbles about […]

Mount Allison Students’ Union wants off-campus students to have more dining choices on campus. Council voted unanimously to support the adoption of pre-paid off-campus meal plans to supplement the existing “7-Day Unlimited” and “Pay as You Go” meal plans. Ryan Lebreton, an off-campus councillor and the future vice-president campus life, will be advocating in meetings […]

A recent CBC article revealed Mount Allison had 14 sexual assault complaints in the last five years and sparked a discussion in the Mt. A community about what that really means. In response to the CBC article, which reported that Mt. A had the second- highest number of sexual assaults per capita, university vice-president Ron […]