Friday, June 14, 2024

Fresh

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We once were free now the transition has come Unfamiliar, strange, Fresh  It’s the time to be the person you want to be Step out of your comfort zone Jump into the water which is university  Testing the waters is a must  Whether it’s your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th year  Fear...

The political ramifications of glorifying a Nazi soldier: House of Commons Speaker resigns

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Anthony Rota, former Speaker of the House of Commons, is facing backlash and public calls to resign after honouring a Ukrainian soldier who fought for a Nazi Unit during the Second World War. On September 22, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Jewish President of Ukraine, was midway through...

The politics of parking

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Parking lots are an essential aspect of infrastructure that many of us make use of daily. After all, we all need a place to store our vehicles. However, on university campuses, this fundamental need comes at a cost. The parking permit system employed by university...

Op-Ed: Book banning comes to Canada

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Earlier this year, Canadians watched as a rampage of book banning occurred all over the US. Now it seems this practice may be coming to Canada as well. What’s happening: In a public high school library in Mississauga, Ontario, books such as Harry Potter, The Hunger...

Hurricane Lee strikes Atlantic Canada

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In an unforeseen turn of events, Hurricane Lee made a devastating landfall in Canada last Saturday, resulting in widespread devastation across multiple regions. Meteorologists and climate scientists had given forewarnings and advisories to the citizens to prepare them for the unfortunate event. Originating from the...

Bill C-18: A new era of consuming news

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The Canadian Government is engaged in a battle with big tech corporations such as Google and Meta.  The government feels that these corporations have excessive control. Enter Bill C-18.  This bill requires big tech corporations to provide financial compensation for news outlets that share...

One night only! A new showcase is coming to Saint John

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On Wednesday, September 20, the Institute for Research and Development on Inclusion and Society (IRIS), will be presenting an event titled, Dialogues on the Edge, at 7:00 pm at the Imperial Theatre. Dialogues on the Edge is a national showcase of multidisciplinary performances from Indigenous, Black,...

UNB Saint John provides students with Learning Communities

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Learning communities provide a space for like-minded students to collaboratively learn about interdisciplinary concepts and form academic and social bonds. Whether they share courses, academic goals, or educational attitudes, students meet regularly to participate in activities and connect in a safe and welcoming atmosphere. At UNB, any...

The City of Saint John’s Artist in Residence program

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The Saint John Community Arts Board has welcomed three artists to participate in the City's Artist in Residence program, which will see each artist explore and expand upon their creative process through various art mediums.  What is the Artist in Residence program? The Artist in Residence...

Ramzan Kadyrov and the Russo-Ukrainian war

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What separates a mob boss or cartel leader from the ruler of a nation? A people? Where is the line drawn between the ordered chaos of criminal rule and the institutional governance of law and order? In many instances, these lines are blurred. They are...