Friday, February 23, 2024

Black History Month Film Festival

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The Faculty of Arts at UNB Saint John will be hosting a film series in partnership with PRUDE Inc. in support of Black History Month. Three movies will be shown during the month of February, starting at 4PM in Ganong Hall. Pressure (1976), directed by...

With the sounds of music: An interview with the Lorenzo Society

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The bow of a cello reverberates on its strings. The higher voice of a violin joins in the melody, and the sound of a live-string quartet echoes across the cafeteria. As the last note hangs in the air, students lift their heads from their lunch....

TIFF Screening of Aftersun Comes to Saint John

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The Toronto International Film Festival, also known as TIFF, offers unique experiences for people to see the world through film. They are a not-for-profit organization which presents the best of international and Canadian cinema designed for audiences of all kinds. TIFF offers screenings, lectures, discussions,...

Lorenzo Society presents Brendan McLeod and Saint John String Quartet

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The event will present a reading by Brendan McLeod and a performance by the Saint John String Quartet. Event The Lorenzo Society Club will host a reading on September 15th on campus at 12 p.m. The event will present writer and musician Brendan McLeod, and...

The Real Deal About The Beatles’ Now and Then There’s a hubbub about the Fab Four’s swan song, but are people aware of what’s going on?

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Fifty-three years after their breakup, the Beatles are still making headlines as one of the most famous musical groups in history. Sure, there have been album re-releases, compilation records, and live album remastering. There have been documentaries such as 1995’s The Beatles Anthology and Ron...

Enlightenment Part I: The Question

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On top of the green, infinite mountains stands a man no older than eternity, talking to nature as the soft whispers of the wind echo in his ears: telling him of a time before man, when nature ruled in harmony around the globe. ...

Abandon – Meg Cabot

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Abandon ranks high amongst my reading list as one of my top three favourite trilogies. The entire series spans over a very short period but will seem to be drawn out. It hooks you and doesn’t let you leave until it is two in...

Dear Heart

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Dear Heart,I’m sorry for wearing you on my sleeve,and giving you away, as if you werebut a stone that held me down.You are a compass,a compass with a lost sense of direction.A compass which only points meto the closest point of comfort,A compass which...

Twilight

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I always believed that you and I were like day and night,destined to blend in this shadow of light.Now when I look into my heartI can still see the vestiges of twilightthat once bloomed in my life;there isn’t a more beautiful poem than you. When...