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Month: October 2018


“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 advice to fully immerse yourself in a culture. This concept is the easiest way to...

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

“Acadia University is located in Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq nation.” This oft-quoted statement has become the norm on course syllabi and...

Beyond Human Credibility: My Grandfather’s Journey through Auschwitz

Some people never meet their grandparents, yet still they remain a topic of...

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...

The Amazing Wheelchair Race

Have you ever wanted to take part in the Amazing Race, but have never had the...

Acadia Student Elected in 2018 Municipal Election

After a long and contentious election campaign, Acadia student Oliver Jacob has...

Two Weeks, Four Victories

The Acadia Men’s Rugby Club wrapped up its regular season this past weekend,...

Monkey On My Back

I am not sure when, why or how But it all feels real now This girl is...

St FX wins inaugural Great Debate against Acadia

X Debate, the official debate club of St Francis Xavier University, has won the...