Sunday, January 19, 2020

Liberals win minority in nail-biting election

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Dozens of students came to Colonel Tucker’s, the campus bar, on election night to watch the results of the 2019 federal election unfold. (Katie Herrington/The Baron) We spoke to some students before results came...

What are all these student fees and where do they go?

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If you are anything like most university students, you have, at one point, checked your bank account and were shocked at the number before you, left grumbling to yourself "where did it all go?" It happens to the best of us, and...

Don’t let the flu get to you!

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If you’re looking to get your flu vaccine this year for free, look no further than your own Student Health Centre. The Centre, with the help of 3rd year nursing students, is holding...

UNB Students being targeted by scam

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UNB students are being targeted through different scams for their SIN numbers and banking information. There are two scams: one online, disguised as a job application, and one on the phone, with someone pretending...

Rally for LGBTQ+ and Women’s Health

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The UNBSJ community came together on Thursday to support the rights of LGBTQ+ and women in New Brunswick, and to protest the closure of Clinic 554 in Fredericton. UNBSJ Graduate Student Association and True Colours held a rally...

Get Out the Vote is hosting an election viewing at campus bar

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Have you voted yet? Have you pledged to vote? Katie Herrington and Ashley Cook sit at the Get Out the Vote table in the Ward Chipman building. You may have seen some people asking for you...

Colonel Tucker’s campus bar opens today

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Thursday, October 17, marks the opening of UNBSJ’s campus bar, Colonel Tucker’s. From 12 p.m. – 8 p.m., the bar will be offering free snacks and trivia starting at 6 p.m on behalf of the...

Smashing the stigma around mental illness, literally

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On Tuesday, October 29, in the Quad, Jack.Org UNBSJ Chapter will be hosting a very powerful event in hopes of smashing the stigma around mental illness. At this event, people will write negative words or phrases commonly around mental health on pumpkins...

Oktoberfest a success

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Over 200 alumni were present at this years Oktoberfest. (Amelia Bailey/The Baron) The UNB Young Alumni’s fourth annual Oktoberfest event was a great success. This sold-out event gathered current and past UNB students in the Market Square Atrium...

Pizza with the President

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The K.C. Irving Hall foyer was packed with students on Wednesday, October 9, as President Paul Mazerolle visited for free pizza, and a meet and greet. Mazerolle was appointed as the 19th President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick...