The Association of Mount Allison Student Employees (AMASE) has announced their plan to unionize campus employment. Fourth-year student Josh Johnson, president of AMASE, and fifth-year student Chris Arsenault, vice-president, are […]
On Friday, Feb. 3, at approximately 9 a.m., more than 40 student activists occupied Tweedie Hall during the Board of Regents (BoR) meeting in a demons ...
A group of Mount Allison students were all smiles on Feb. 14, 2017, after Sackville Town Council voted 5-3 to oppose the Energy East oil pipeline. The ...
This episode features conversations centered around the University of New Brunswick’s (UNB) Sexual Assault Climate Survey, the general social co ...
A small but hardy group of citizens from the Fredericton area, concerned about the effect that the expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline will have on climate change, as well […]
A small but loud group of students and supporters rallied at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton on November 2 as part of a cross-country mobilization demanding universal access […]
A short video about Fredericton’s participation in the cross-country day of action for universal access to post-secondary education on November 2. Watch this video and learn more about how students […]
The students of Nathan Thompson, a part-time instructor in sociology at St. Thomas University, put together a media assignment on men and masculinities. “The students demonstrate some real creativity and playfulness with […]
The NB government announced on April 14, 2016 that there is going to be a new grant for students for families who make under $60,000. From the Margins presents a […]
St. Thomas University Journalism students’ investigative project on sexual assault on campuses, “The Fog of Rape: Normalizing a Campus Crime,” is in the running for two important national journalism awards. […]