Canadian History PSA: Sir Arthur Currie

April 30, 2016 0

As you may have noticed, posters pertaining to Canadian history have recently been placed around campus. These posters are a part of a public awareness campaign being put on by students in HIST 2783, Canada Read More

Budget 2016: A Growing Concern

April 30, 2016 0

With all the salacious news stories covering the United States’ elections, it is easy to forget that the Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, has presented his first federal budget – the first of the new Read More

The Sin Is In The Sandwich

April 30, 2016 0

According to inspection reports provided by the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture Food Protection and Enforcement Division, Wheelock Dining Hall has violated several standards in food safety. On February 24, 2016, a notice to comply Read More

…art?

April 22, 2016 0

The Twilight Series vs. Kody Crowell Stupid question, but what is art? I mean, okay, the Mona Lisa, we can agree that is art, yeah, cool. Art is also music and movies and stuff, so Read More

Humans of Acadia:

April 22, 2016 0

A Talk with Scott Brison   “Being a part of a generation that’s made so much social progress in my lifetime is something I don’t take for granted. I remember the debates in the House Read More

Faculty Feature

April 22, 2016 0

Dr. Jennifer Macdonald   Dr. Jennifer MacDonald is our resident medievalist in the department of History and Classics. She teaches a variety of classes, including courses on the Vikings, Tudors, Anglo-Saxon England, and even the Renaissance. Her Read More

Gay with a Downbeat

April 22, 2016 0

Being a musician has always been a significant part of my identity. It’s how I describe myself to others and to myself, as well as how I plan to live the rest of my life. Read More

Minifest 2016

April 22, 2016 0

Through all the wonderful experiences university has to offer, at the end of it all we are looking to move on from it and try our hands at our chosen fields. Every year the Acadia Read More

I Thought We Were Exes

April 22, 2016 0

Give to me the softsharp press the moons of your nails at the dip of my spine, please give me a reason. I am hollow, choked on the uncertain breath of waiting. I could swear Read More

Twilight Song

April 22, 2016 0

Fireflies dance a waltz Beneath the honey moon’s light To the twilight song

Water

April 22, 2016 0

holds babes and breaks quick swaddle it in the bath wean it into a rip- tide gurgle salt water tend that sore throat boils not when watched burned? hold it under the tap tap a Read More

A Call for rEVOLUTION

April 22, 2016 0

The millennial generation, the next generation to inherit the responsibility of taking care of the planet, faces the greatest challenges ever encountered by humankind. The collective advancement of humanity since our species arrival has led to our current predicament. Modern environmental destruction, biodiversity loss, social and political unrest, and wealth inequality are all issues that have been building up and unfolding for generations but now seem to plague our everyday lives. Read More

Last Ever Brew Review: Nine Lock ESB

April 19, 2016 0

The beer pours an amber brown, like contaminated water but much tastier. On the nose there are hints of light caramel, and a mild nutty/oaky kind of scent. The mouthfeel is standard and inoffensive, with some pesky bitterness poking its head through. There is a slight unpleasant sourness to the beer but I’m sure if I was much drunker I’d mind it less, like being at the Vil or watching live folk. Read More