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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”
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.
Not only did the majority of celebrities at the 2018 Golden Globes Awards Ceremony wear black dresses, they also made an effort to promote the new #timesup initiative that provides funding for cases involving sexualized violence.
In the first installment of the 2018 Psychology Speaker series, Dr. Karen Blair discusses sexual prejudice and hate crimes.
An original X-Ring composition.
Would you save a life?
Art Gallery StFX in the Bloomfield Center hosts Fencelines, an exhibition on display from November 6 to December 15.
The need for transparency and financial initiatives from the school.
The love you have for stfx as the driving force in your criticism of it.
What is the legacy of the ring?
This years winners of the national literary award.