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Thinking Green: Saving Money and the Planet

I get it, you’re broke and so is the planet. At this point, we’re all aware of the growing pressure of anthropogenic stressors on the environment. Let’s be honest...

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

September 23rd was National Learn to Code Day which was started by the Halifax based organization, Ladies Learning Code. This yearly tradition has grown massively since...

Opening Letter from the Science Editor

Welcome to new and returning Acadia students! The school year is already in...

Dr. Rick Mehta on his Teaching Style, Research and Thoughts on Free Speech

Dr. Rick Mehta is well-known on the Acadia campus for teaching Acadia’s...

Chinese Officials Lose Control Over Tiangong-1 Space Station

The Chinese space station, “Tiangong-1”, is headed towards Earth. Chinese...

Biology Graduate Marc Hetu on His Research Experience at Acadia

A 2014 graduate from Acadia’s biology department, Marc Hetu now works in...

Acadia Physics and Mathematics Student Researchers Stand Out

Long hours at the library and countless lectures pay off when you can produce a...

Acadia Hosts 12th Annual Robot Programming Competition

Acadia was the host of the 12th Annual Robot Programming Competitions on March...

Transition Q&A with Acadia PRIDE

What comes to mind when someone talks about Hormone Replacement Therapy? For...

Whitney Wolfe Leaves Tinder to Start Bumble Following Sexual Harassment Claims

In July of 2014, Tinder’s co-founder Whitney Wolfe sued the company for...