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The role of genetics in understanding the Nova Scotia Blanding’s Turtles

Blanding’s Turtle is an endangered species and one of the four turtle species in Nova Scotia. There were three previously known populations of Blanding’s Turtles in...

Official Lichen of Nova Scotia Announced

As of January 30th 2019, the Blue Felt Lichen (Pectina Plumba) has been declared the official provincial lichen of Nova Scotia! A poll was held by LichenNS that was met...

Mi’kma’ki, Indigenous Peoples and Our Collective History

“Acadia University is located in Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral territory of the...

Reflections on Race and Privilege

I am a person of many privileges. I was born and raised in Nova Scotia to...

Opinion: What Tim Houston’s PC Leadership win means for Nova Scotians

Photo credit to Sam Foran of Foran Photography This weekend, history was...

Road Trip Around Nova Scotia (with my cat)

At the end of this past summer, I went on a 10-day road trip around Nova Scotia...

Opinion: I believe in Nova Scotia. You should too.

This article was published in Issue 79.1 of The Athenaeum. Several months...

Jobless in a Jobless Town

As the second semester quickly gets under way, my mind wanders to the thoughts...

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...

Tidal Series: Can Tidal Energy Make Nova Scotia Green?

Briefly describe your background as it pertains to the study of tidal...