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Talking about the importance of this empowering movement for black women and all women.
“The only thing more frightening than watching a black man be honest with America, is being an honest black man in America”
A review of this must watch Netflix series.
Celebrating an original Canadian feature with critical content.
Situating the story of a black Nova Scotian community in the discussion of racism.
Sitting down with musician T Thomason whose show capped off StFX Pride Month.
A family production inspired by the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist.
Rebecca fills us in on her hopes and plans for the StFX community in the 2018-2019 year.
"The great irony of hookup culture is that it's ultimately a culture of repression."
Talking about the value of keeping students connected to their hometowns through their stomachs.
The complete uncensored and fully Acadian interview with comedian Xavier B Gould.
Contrary to popular belief the 'A' in LGBTQIA+ doesn't actually stand for Ally, but rather Asexual. A deeper look into Asexuality and the spectrum it lies on.
Student perspectives on open education.
If you haven't decided on a New Year's resolution, here are a few good ideas to commit to.
A message to the graduating class from X alumni Michael Gillis, Class of '87.
Why representation plays an important part in normalization.