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The Athenaeum
Official student newspaper of Acadia University since 1874.
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"On the nose, it’s similar to sweet vermouth with notes of blackcurrant and strawberry. Upon tasting it, the Muscat grapes are front and centre showing off their tart, berry-like kick. Soon after, the lime emerges with a zesty freshness balancing out...
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The Athenaeum Nov 9
"We have many students come in and do their work, and the open space we have keeps the atmosphere calm – it’s a nice change from being crammed in a library. We also see students coming in on the weekends for breakfast – it...
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The Athenaeum Nov 8
Two Councillors and the Student Board of Governors Representative would be eliminated, shrinking Council to sixteen (16) voting representatives. The Executive Board would be maintained at its present...
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The Athenaeum Nov 6
The print edition has arrived! Find it around campus, in town, or online
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The Athenaeum Nov 6
"In 2005 the service Women on Web founded by Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, a physician in the Netherlands, made it their mission to deliver pills in the mail to women seeking an abortion after the online...
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The Athenaeum Nov 5
"They were loud and intrusive, they told her mommy and daddy were going to die, if she didn’t flick the light switch on and off One Two Three Four times."
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The Athenaeum Nov 5
We will be collecting clothes Monday, November 5th, 2018 from 11:30am-12:30pm outside of the Vaughan Memorial Library in the BAC. For every one item donated you get a token to “purchase” an item at the clothing swap in the Michener...
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The Athenaeum Nov 4
"Alabama is different, I can’t lie about that. People are different in the way they talk and dress, and the way they live their life is different than what I am used to. One reason I think it’s...
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The Athenaeum Nov 3
If you’re a biology student at Acadia, you’re likely already familiar with Dr. Allison Walker’s passion for fungi. She and Acadia’s Fungal Dream Team are currently looking at marine fungi, with many projects on the...
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The Athenaeum Nov 2
"Started at the end of the last academic year (2017/2018), the Acadia Students’ Union authorized funding in the amount of up to $10,000.00 for the ASU lawyer to conduct a thorough review of the Constitution...
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The Athenaeum Nov 2
"The intended messages of these films are to be driven and have ambition, but not to let greed into your head, or it could lead to rash decisions with the aim of earning more money. Living your life without a moral...
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The Athenaeum Nov 2
"Indigenous peoples have been living off the land for generations, a lifestyle that requires an immense amount of knowledge regarding the location of specific species during...
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The Athenaeum Nov 1
"The creation of residential schools in the late 19th century served as the culmination of the discriminatory practices against Indigenous peoples. Indeed in 1920, Duncan Campbell Scott, Deputy...
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The Athenaeum Nov 1
"I was thirteen years old when I first heard that my grandfather had been captured by the Germans in the war. This was something I took pretty lightly- plenty of people were involved...
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The Athenaeum Oct 31
"We knew that racism existed in every society. I have friends who are African Nova Scotians and I was aware of the challenges still faced by these communities in our province. Some thought we were making a mistake...
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The Athenaeum Oct 29
"What Tim’s win means for us is that in two years we’ll have a Premier that listens, who has forward thinking ideas, and who fights for what’s best for the people he represents. There’s...
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The Athenaeum Oct 29
November 2nd, 1:30-5:30, there will be a race around Acadia for a chance to win prizes, such as a tasting and tour for you and your friends to the Annapolis Cider Company, and some free scott skins from Joe's Food Emporium,...
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The Athenaeum Oct 27
"Every club member knew that St. FX would come to Wolfville looking to redeem themselves after a lopsided defeat at the hands of the Axemen earlier in the season. ARFC needed to step it up a level from the homecoming...
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The Athenaeum Oct 26
Collage by Aqila Walji
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The Athenaeum Oct 26
"Elected at the age of 20, Oliver Jacob has become one of the youngest Municipal Councillors in the history of McNab/Braeside and one of the youngest municipal politicians in Ontario today."
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