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Cancer Can Kiss My Axe

It is estimated that two in five Canadians will be told they have cancer in their lifetime. This is significant to us, and we are doing something about it, and you can...

Upcoming Event: A Run to Dye For

So, why a colour run?  In February, Exercise is Medicine Canada Acadia started an 8 week learn-to-run group that takes people from 'couch to 5k'.  We felt it was...

Learning Experiences, Adventure and a Close Brush with Terrorism: A Student Exchange in France

It was the evening of Friday, November 13th, 2015 and I was walking home with...

Co-op Students: The Forgotten Party in the ASU Election

Since I arrived at Acadia in the fall of 2014, I have had the privilege of...

The Athenaeum Presents: The 2017 ASU Election: Presidential Platforms

On February 13th and 14th remember to VOTE: To view the Athenaeum's full...

The Acadia Art Gallery: Interview

The Acadia Art Gallery opened in 1978, providing both students and public alike...

Jobless in a Jobless Town

As the second semester quickly gets under way, my mind wanders to the thoughts...

Rihanna and JK Rowling “Clap Back”

In recent months, politics has become a buzzword. Some people relish in...

The Maple League

Selecting a university is never easy. By the time Grade 12 rolls around,...

Social Media in an Age of Awareness

“Why use Social Media? Marketing is no longer about the stuff that you make,...