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God and Science?

According to the most recent Statistics Canada census taken in 2011, 76.1% of Canadians reported having an affiliation with a religion. This number includes those who...

A Guide to some Common late-season Nova Scotia Mushrooms

Although known for containing some tasty edible species, the fascinating Kingdom Fungi also play crucial ecological roles in our environment. Most notable is their role...

Biology Teaching Gong Show: A Recap

Acadia’s Biology Research Gong Show recently took place on October 23rd,...

“That which has long been known”: The Role of Indigenous Communities in Science

When you travel, people often use the phrase “be like one of the locals” as...

Luck

Luck, is it more a part of a phrase or something that people actually believe...

Opening Letter from the Science Editor

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

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...

Annual Physics Holiday Gathering

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

Girls in Technology

Hayly Thackeray watched the feature documentary with excitement. She sat in...

Acadia Faculty and Students Attend Horton High School Academic Challenge

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