Monday, January 24, 2022

Vox 2013

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The launch of the 2013 issue of UNBSJ’s arts magazine, Vox, was celebrated in the Whitebone lounge on March 14 with the musical and poetic talents of many of UNBSJ’s own students. Vox is an annual publication that showcases the artistic talents of UNBSJ students....

Upcoming Shows in Saint John

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With this being the last issue of The Baron until 2013, it felt necessary to compile a list of all of the upcoming shows you should make every effort to see. Some are on conflicting dates so be sure to choose wisely! Joel Plaskett Emergency...

UNBSJ Let’s Talk event

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Kreating Conversations, a mental health advocacy group on campus, is partnering with the Jack.Org UNBSJ Chapter and the UNB-SRC to host an event on January 29 called “UNBSJ Let’s Talk”. This event will take place at 7 p.m. in the Whitebone Lounge...

Rougher Magic: A Play by UNBSJ’s own Robert Moore

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On Friday, Nov. 28, a group of interested theatre-goers collected in the Sanctuary Theatre uptown on Germain Street to watch the performance of Rougher Magic, a play by UNBSJ’s own Robert Moore. Before opening the doors to the theatre, the crowd bustled together out of...

We’ve all been looking at Minions wrong

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“God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him.” – Fredrich Nietzsche Minions. The word immediately procures imagery of the small, overly flamboyant, bespectacled creatures from the depressingly popular Despicable Me series. Granted independent franchise liberation in 2015, the Minions movie drew in over...

The Revenant is gripping and powerful

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The survival film is a type of genre that pushes people to the breaking point of endurance. Few films have captured the agony that these individuals have to endure; one strong example is the real-life mountain climbing drama 127 Hours. However, most films do...

Captain America: The Winter Soldier ups the ante

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Since his 1941 debut, Steve Rogers/Captain America- has been seen as a patriotic boy-scout. Created during World War II, he was intended to inspire hope and boost morale among Americans, which made him more of a jingoistic symbol than a character. Captain America: The Winter...

Crock pot curry chicken

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With the days getting colder and time becoming more limited as students push through studying and midterms, a crock pot is a great way to save time and enjoy a delicious piping hot meal. If you don’t have a crock pot, you should consider buying...

Historical Fiction that is Not Just for History Buffs: Why Us Conductors is a Novel for Every Faculty

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It doesn’t matter if you are enrolled in the Arts, in the Sciences, or in Business – Us Conductors is a work of historical fiction that will interest readers from any faculty. Sean Michaels’ novel, published back in April of 2014, tells the story of...

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...