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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)...

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY AT ACADIA

International Women’s day took place at Acadia on Tuesday March 8th. This was...

Acadia Mental Health Recap – A Year in Review

While 1 in 5 may face a mental illness, 5 in 5 have mental health. That’s...

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...

The Brussels Terror Attacks: The Incident, the Aftermath and the Value of Rhetoric

On Tuesday, March 22nd 2016 terror made its way to another European nation,...

Rob Ford, Scandalized Former Toronto Mayor, Dead at 46 – the Athenaeum

Toronto, Ontario - Robert Bruce Ford, born May 28, 1969 in Etobicoke, died...

Faculty of Arts Interviewing Candidates for SOCI/WGS Tenure-track Position

The Faculty of Arts is undergoing a hiring process for the first of two...

WGST Program Cuts “Not a Minor Issue”

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

Food Insecurity at Acadia University

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