Schitt’s Creek sweeps the Emmys. In a surprise turn of events, the final season of Schitt’s Creek’s broke records for winning nine awards overall–sweeping the majority of the comedy categories. These included all four comedic acting categories, writing, and best series, against popular favourites such as The Good Place and Dead To Me. This is […]

Celebrating Autumn Moon Festival in Sackville On Thursday, October 1st, a full moon hung over Waterfowl Park. Seemingly unremarkable to most, for me it was Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, a holiday that I usually spend laughing, surrounded by family. Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, although named slightly differently depending on the country, is a festival celebrated by Chinese, […]

The fight for workers and women’s rights in Bangladesh on full display in poignant, beautiful film If you’re anything like me, you likely don’t pay attention to the little tag on the inside of your t-shirts except when you’re not sure how to wash them. Even then, when I see where my shirt or dress […]

Mount Allison’s Jewish Students Union returns after a five-year hiatus During the second weekend of September, the Chabad Luabvitch of the Maritimes in Halifax was met by a group of six students from outside of the city, eager to interact with fellow members of the Jewish community and celebrate the Jewish New Year. This group […]

Is it worth it? Recently, Nintendo came out with a package deal that includes three of their most iconic games for the price of $79.99. I am a student (with a student budget), so when I saw the price tag I was taken aback. I didn’t hesitate to make this purchase, but. I am a […]

 Final Performing Arts Series Concert take place in Brunton Auditorium The Mount Allison University Performing Arts Series brings a unique set of artists to campus annually. This year’s season started with an extraordinary fusion ensemble, Culturally INappropriate, who gave the performance of a lifetime to the Sackville community. In November, Polaris Prize-winner Jeremy Dutcher took […]