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Acadia Computer Science Begins a Presidential Election Period

On January 30th, 2017, the Acadia Computer Science Society opened a Presidential Election period for Computer Science students and society members. To vote, students...

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 likely accustomed to the sight of roadkill. But now, Acadia Master’s candidate Stephanie...

Acadia Computer Science Presents a Text Editor Seminar Series

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

Annual Physics Holiday Gathering

On November 28th 2016, Acadia Physics students and faculty came together for...

Acadia Computer Science Society Teaches Acadia Students HTML

On November 3rd, the Acadia Computer Science Society presented an...

Acadia Faculty and Students Attend Horton High School Academic Challenge

On Saturday, November 5th, Horton High School hosted its second Brain Wars...

Denying global warming is beyond dangerously blind ignorance

The internet allows anyone, even those who don’t know the first thing about...

WISE Acadia Celebrates Diversity in Computer Science

On Tuesday, October 18th, WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Acadia...

Will the Moon Belong to China?

American and Soviet forces have dominated space activity for the last...

The Importance of a Field Course

In my mind, I am the type of biology major who knows they are going to medical...