Thursday, December 1, 2022

Saint John and UNB community gathered for a historic announcement.

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The UNBSJ Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has officially relocated from 100 Tucker Park Road to the Grand Hall building in uptown Saint John. The move was first proposed in June of 2019. Since then, the top three floors of the former Scotiabank...

Travel this summer while earning credits toward your degree

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The summer abroad program offers a wide variety of destinations with course selection in multiple disciplines including bio-medical, nursing, business, history, and political science.  The programs run for up to four weeks through partner institutions abroad. UNB Saint John works with these institutions to ensure...

There is more to life than university

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When I take the bus to and from campus, I read. I rarely raise my head from the page. Normally, it takes me forty or fifty minutes to commute from my house to the campus; sometimes, I take the longer routes to continue my...

The holiday season isn’t cheerful for everyone

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The holiday season is a time where you can bask in the warm feeling of friendship and love while sipping warm hot chocolate by the fire. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right? What’s not to love about gift-giving and big holiday...

Exams got you down? Therapy animals will be on campus soon

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Count yourself lucky because, on Monday, December 2, therapy dogs will be on campus! The UNBSJ Campus Ministry decided to bring the therapy dogs back to provide some pre-exam stress relief and promote taking healthy studying breaks. The animals are coming from Therapeutic Paws...

Things to do in Saint John this holiday season

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Although the holidays are marketed as the most fun and enjoyable time of the year, let's all admit it, we usually are much too stressed and busy to ever enjoy the actual fun of it. Between making plans to see family members coming home,...

Saint John’s first Happy Hour Club event was a great success

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On November 7, the Happy Hour Club put on an event at Gahan House with a focus for women to make meaningful connections with other women. This event allowed women to mingle, to discuss social and professional interests, network, connect with new people, and...

United Way campaign is making local issues #UNIGNORABLE

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Each year the University of New Brunswick partners with United Way in Saint John, Kings County, and Charlotte County regions in working towards bettering our community.  United Way puts on a yearly campaign intending to help children from low-income families achieve success. This campaign seeks...

Campus trails to get a makeover

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Have you heard of the trails behind campus? They're beautiful and they're getting a makeover. Last week, the SRC was approved to begin updating the trails, making them more accessible to the community. The trails, which are in use by ecology and science students,...

How to not die on your night out

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For as long as university students have partied, there have been tips and guidelines. There are the obvious ones like designated drivers, buddy systems, and ways to cure a hangover. We want to address some other ones. It is important to have life-saving advice...