MASU Gender and Sexual Diversity Rep. Sam Walsh hosts workshop on how to create a safer space On March 11, the MASU Pride Committee hosted a “How to create a safer space” workshop as one of the many events happening as part of Pride at Mt. A. The event was attended by students, staff, and […]

Young activists talk about resilience, community, and the importance of speaking out *Content warning: this article contains retellings of racist incidents  Recently, Mount Allison professor Dr. Rima Azar’s blog has come to light. In this blog, Azar states her views on racism, colonialism, and environmental justice among other topics. Helen Yao, a third-year Mt. A […]

Student-made podcast shares the science of and coping strategies for stress and burnout  University students are, in the best of circumstances, well-acquainted with stress. The year 2020 was certainly not the best of circumstances, so what better year for a course on stress and coping with burnout? In the fall term, Dr. Lisa Dawn Hamilton, […]

Challenging honours outside the lab.   In the fall of 2017, Saralin Zassman arrived on the Mount Allison campus for the first time. The Winnipeg native was impressed by the university’s support of her not knowing what she wanted to study, unlike most other schools she had looked at. Zassman began her first year pursuing […]

Mabson’s studies are focused in identifying the limits of human attention    We‘ve all been there, taking notes while listening to your jams, and all of a sudden you’re writing out the lyrics instead of your assignment. Attention, memory, and subsequent performance are intrinsically linked, but the full extent of their connectivity is still relatively […]

Pride at Mt. A looks a little different this year due to COVID safety guidelines. * CONTENT WARNING: discussions of anti-LGBTQIA2S+ violence * “Since Pride will be smaller and facilitated a bit differently this year, the goal is definitely to focus on getting students together however we can,” said Micci Davy, a member of the […]