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Gender Inequities and Opportunities to Repair them at Acadia

At the undergraduate level, a glance around most Acadia classes will tell you that our university has few problems with recruiting women. Indeed, it probably comes as no...

Going Bonkers for Conkers

You know what I like? Ecofriendly options. You know what I like even more? Ecofriendly options that save me money! That's why I was so excited to learn that you can make...

A Summer of Research, Fun and Unforgettable Memories in Germany

I can still remember my first two weeks in Leipzig. The excitement of being in...

Acadia Nutrition and Dietetics Society Hold Event in Partnership with L’Arche Homefires

The Nutrition and Dietetics Society held a tie-dye event in partnership with...

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...

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

September 23rd was National Learn to Code Day which was started by the Halifax...

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...