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Author: Josée Léger

Josée Léger

Abortion Access in P.E.I: Better Late Than Never

Pro-choice advocates of Prince Edward Island can finally relax. They put down their picket signs and let out sighs out of relief because future generations of women...

Apples to Apples: Annapolis Cider Company Comes to Town

Good news for cider lovers - you will soon be able to enjoy locally sourced, freshly pressed, and most importantly delicious apple cider (of the alcohol variety)...

Finding Fiander: Sociology Students Uncover Details of Student’s expulsion in 1959

It is difficult to imagine being expelled today for an act as innocuous as...

WGST Program Cuts “Not a Minor Issue”

The Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) program at Mount Allison University is...

Acadia Talks – The American Election

Info on the American Election can be found...

Martin Luther King Vigil and Panel Review

Last week, in honour of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday,...

Food Insecurity at Acadia University

Dr. Lesley Frank is a professor in Acadia’s Sociology Department. Frank,...

The Delectable Details of the Devour Festival

This November 4-8th marks the 6th Annual Devour Food Film Fest. I met with...

The Acadia Student Success Project: Helping Students Make the Most of Their First Year

When students start their university education, they expect to do at least as...

FDA Approves Female “Viagra”: Pleasure or Profit?

A new drug is set to hit the U.S. markets on October 17th. Commonly referred to...