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Acadia Hosts 12th Annual Robot Programming Competition

Acadia was the host of the 12th Annual Robot Programming Competitions on March 4th, 2017. The Robotics Championship includes students from all grades, and is a great way...

Transition Q&A with Acadia PRIDE

What comes to mind when someone talks about Hormone Replacement Therapy? For most people, they immediately think about a person they know that has gone through the...

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...

#BanTheBottle Advocating For Cleaner Water

The first water bottle was installed in London, England, in 1859. A political...

Atlantic Universities Physics & Astronomy Conference (AUPAC)

On February 3rd 2017, members of the Acadia Physics Society departed Wolfville,...

Nutrition and Dietetics’ Students Host Italian Food Night for the Wolfville Community

On January 18th, Management in Dietetics’ Students hosted a night called,...

Exercise is Medicine

Is it possible that there is a hugely under-recognized and under-utilized tool...

Acadia Computer Science Begins a Presidential Election Period

On January 30th, 2017, the Acadia Computer Science Society opened a...

Acadia Researcher Finding a Way to Make Nova Scotia Roads Safer for People and Animals Alike

Those familiar with Nova Scotia’s seemingly endless stretches of highway are...

Acadia Computer Science Presents a Text Editor Seminar Series

On January 13th and January 20th, the Acadia Computer Science Society (ACSS)...