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EIC
Sid is a third year Computer Science student. He also came to the realization that it is unusually difficult to write a succinct biography two seconds into writing this one. Let's see: he really likes writing, listening to music, graphic design, and protecting free speech on campus. He's also a big believer in the power that student journalism possesses to sustain discussion. He has been involved in The Ath since his first year, and wants to see it grow. He'd someday like to live in New York with his pet snake 'Kimberly'. (If after reading this biography you'd like to hire him to ghostwrite your online dating profile, shoot him an email at [email protected])

Rev. Dr. James Perkin, 12th President of Acadia Passes Away

Dear Students, I am deeply saddened to inform you that the Acadia community has lost one of our most beloved members with the passing of our former President, the...

Gender Inequities and Opportunities to Repair them at Acadia

At the undergraduate level, a glance around most Acadia classes will tell you that our university has few problems with recruiting women. Indeed, it probably comes as no...

Unions

The Soviet Union. The union of marriage. Trade unions, teacher’s unions,...

#ItsOurFuture, But What About Those Who Come Next?

With the impending strike just around the corner it is time for students to be...

Support AUFA? You Must be Missing Something.

The strike is on our doorstep. I had bet that there wouldn't be a strike...

BREAKING: Acadia Faculty Pens Letter Criticizing AUFA and Board for ‘Unproductive’ Rhetoric

This letter penned by Dr. Todd Smith, Dr. Phil Taylor, and Dr Dave Shutler (all...

A Student’s Guide to the Strike Deadline

Information from the Acadia University Faculty Association (Use to peruse...

Acadia Says ‘Hey Guys This Strike Might Actually Be Good For Us’

As Acadia students prepare to see the third strike in 5 rounds of contract...

Acadia Student That Never Attends Class Dismayed at Prospect of Strike

WOLFVILLE, NS - Facing the prospect of a strike in the following week, Acadia...