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The Athenaeum
Official student newspaper of Acadia University since 1874.
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The Athenaeum Apr 10
"The conversation regarding the MOU continued for a few minutes before leading into the vote. Ten members of council voted to pass the MOU with two members voting against, resulting in the Kings Transit Upass...
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The Athenaeum Apr 2
"Since the beginning of 2019, our Acadia researchers have been attending conferences in their respective areas of research, presenting their projects through posters and oral presentations."
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The Athenaeum Apr 1
Happy Birthday Nunavut!
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The Athenaeum Apr 1
"It’s easy to want to bathe in your past glory but I am a student of now and I want a future. Not just for myself but for students like me and students not like me. I see the Acadia history and I want to be part of...
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The Athenaeum Mar 31
"Acadia’s history is one that needs to be taught. So much has happened since 1838 that our mediocre Wikipedia page doesn’t cover. We’re a unique...
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The Athenaeum Mar 30
"I’ve met a girl that I think I can raise hell with And since I don’t feel this a lot I’m convinced that I can sell this — She’s got my words printed on her wall"
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The Athenaeum Mar 29
The motion was “This House believes that modern students with an undergraduate degree have more opportunities than their parents generation”.
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The Athenaeum Mar 29
"These pages are only shown to those you trust will carefully dust off and read word for word, chapter to chapter; layers once thick begin to tear away."
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The Athenaeum Mar 28
"The need for volunteers is pertinent for a club sport to function because without volunteer coaches and staffing members, the club is incomplete and is not able to be constituted into a...
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The Athenaeum Mar 28
"During our trip we stop along the cliffs that seem to cleave into the water. We take pictures of our shadows; a simple reminder that we’ve left a mark."
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The Athenaeum Mar 27
"To incoming ASU representatives, understand that the 10+ people sitting around the table are not the union. The union is each and every student and it is your job to serve these students. If...
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The Athenaeum Mar 27
"Hodges responded to these concerns by assuring the council that if the student body does not want the UPass than it will not be voted in by the students in the fall. 'I ask that you please have open minds and open...
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The Athenaeum Mar 27
"It jumped at him, the mandibles clicking together while it was in the air, Carson moved backward tripping on a small stone crack, and landing on his back. The teeth missing him by inches as the creature flies over...
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The Athenaeum Mar 26
"I believe in Acadia for more than the flashy posters and inflated clichés. I believe in Acadia because it’s nurtured students and faculty who care about one another. It gives us the platform to launch our careers...
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The Athenaeum Mar 25
"One thing I have noticed is that Acadia can be very segregated and cliquey. I also noticed, we tend to either define ourselves within a group or outside of it. Each group comes with its own complexities and dynamics....
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The Athenaeum Mar 24
"I can’t believe I’m writing this. I can’t believe what I am seeing. People say you can’t fix stupid… I argue you don’t even have to. They’ll take care of themselves."
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The Athenaeum Mar 23
"You want to know why you rarely see a black student run for any executive positions? It’s because we don’t see anyone that represents us on that committee or organization. One would ask, “how do you expect to see...
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The Athenaeum Mar 21
"It was announced to council that the Acadia Athletics Complex is looking into a 10+ year projection. Gabrielle Bailey, VP Events and Promotions, attended the original meeting regarding the projection and noted to...
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The Athenaeum Mar 20
From Thomas Morgan, Creative Editor of The Athenaeum
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The Athenaeum Mar 20
"Yoram Schroll has won the race for ASU VP Finance & Operations."
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