Thursday, September 24, 2020

Another chance to study abroad: A master’s degree in two countries with TRANSFOR-M

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The University of New Brunswick is offering yet another chance for students to travel around the world while earning their degrees. The Transatlantic Forestry Master dual degree program, or TRANSFOR-M, allows its participants to earn both a Canadian and a European Master’s Degree in...

The Bridge Network given Macaulay-O’Sullivan Administrative Service and Innovation Award: Take advantage of what The Bridge Network can do for you

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The UNBSJ alumni group, The Bridge Network, was recently awarded the Macaulay-O’Sullivan Administrative Service and Innovation Award. The Macaulay-O’Sullivan Administrative Service and Innovation Award is named in honor of two of UNB vice presidents: Beverley F. Macaulay and James. F. O’Sullivan. It is presented to...

Inprint Bookstore closing its doors: Get ready for a better on-campus bookstore

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The recent announcement of the UNBSJ Inprint Bookstore closing before year-end has left many people wondering about the logistics behind this decision and what sort of implications this means for the future. Aside from the on-campus bookstore, UNBSJ currently owns another store located at 16...

Sex Ed week provides students with some sexy giveaways: Planning of future events in the works

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  UNBSJ celebrated Sexual Education (Sex Ed) week with a lot of sexy activities available for students. Sex Ed week kicked off on Nov. 5 with a condom buffet in front of the cafeteria in the Thomas J. Condon Student Centre. Volunteers from the Sexual Health...

Students help out the SPCA

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The UNBSJ Residence Council, a group of students elected to plan social activities for residence students, takes up a new cause every year. This year, the group decided that the Saint John SPCA Animal Rescue would benefit from their fundraising efforts with gifts of...

Recent study finds social media addictions on the rise: Can you handle being without your phone for one hour?

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Be honest; how many times have your parents gotten angry with you over being on your cellphone too much? How about checking your Facebook newsfeed? If you haven’t been caught texting at the dinner table yet, you can probably attest to the all-too-familiar feeling of...

Volunteering with the Canadian Red Cross: Learn how you can contribute

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Volunteering has proven to be a very beneficial thing for people in all walks of life. Not only does it give you the opportunity to give of yourself in a wide variety of positions, but it can also be very fulfilling and rewarding. A study...

Recycling goes in the recycling bin and garbage goes in a garbage can. Who knew? Have you noticed a lack of recycling receptacles on campus? Adopt a recycling...

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Have you ever wondered who is in charge of the recycling bins on campus? Your fellow students from the Green Society are! Maintaining the recycling bins is one of the Green Society’s biggest contributions on campus and it is a bigger job than you would...

One of Canada’s Leading Environmental Scientists speaks at UNBSJ: The Oil Sands Project

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Here in N.B., one would expect to find little interest in northern Alberta’s tar sands region. However, out of sight is not out of mind in this case, as UNBSJ’s Hazen Hall lecture theatre was nearly filled to capacity, awaiting an oil sands lecture...

Clubs on campus: The Multicultural Society Embracing diversity on campus

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In such a diverse school like UNBSJ, it is important for the university to make sure that each nationality feels represented and welcomed on campus. In order to try and satisfy this need, the Multicultural Society aims to provide students from all over the world...