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The Athenaeum
Official student newspaper of Acadia University since 1874.
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The Athenaeum 18h
"The Q&A focused on the five Executive Board positions. Questions consisted of topics such as the mandates of their positions, what motivated each member to run or apply for their respective...
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The Athenaeum 21h
"The 2020 election has already started, just more than two years before Inauguration Day. It will likely be amongst the most divisive campaigns in American Political history. At the end of it all, Donald...
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The Athenaeum Jan 16
"On January 15th Council met to discuss the upcoming general and by-election, Acadia University tuition increase, and the resignation of Alyssa Hall. Mackenzie Branch, VP Academic and External, informed Council...
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The Athenaeum Jan 15
"Who are you? Cheeks as thin as paper Hands larger than wolf claws. Until I noticed later Your face that was running from the law."
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The Athenaeum Jan 13
"The residents who live on Seaview Avenue have taken the time and effort to make their concerns known to the Town of Wolfville in public meetings, and even at Acadia by putting up posters...
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The Athenaeum Jan 11
"With a new semester, comes the opportunity to socialize and create memories (hopefully good). Some well-known events, such as Cheaton and St. Patrick’s Day, are happening this semester. However, there is always...
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The Athenaeum Jan 10
"President George Philp adds that “Alyssa has championed many important causes including sexual violence prevention, throughout her year and a half serving on council, and our campus is better because of it. We wish Alyssa all the best in her future...
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The Athenaeum Jan 10
"When we were young we planted trees; broken branches, shoved in the ground. Meeting at the stop sign every day to race forward through another dimension."
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The Athenaeum Jan 9
Fun fact: Donna Strickland’s father graduated from Acadia in the 1940s before his graduation from Nova Scotia Tech in Electrical Engineering (From 2017)
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The Athenaeum Jan 8
"Lose yourself in the fog, the pacing of the waves on ancient volcanic rock, blind to urgent futures."
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The Athenaeum Jan 5
A huge shoutout to our Arts & Culture Editor Ruvimbo Chipazi for being featured in The Grapevine to discuss her work at the Valley Regional Hospital Foundation's Youth Leadership Council!
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The Athenaeum Jan 3
“Little luxuries are fantastic and no one is a bigger advocate of them than I (ask my family about me and bubble baths, they’ll tell you). However, to make self-care contingent on how nice it looks on your...
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The Athenaeum Dec 31
"As we enter the New Year, I want people to remember not to be so rigid with their goals and not to be so hard on themselves when they don’t reach their intended goals as originally planned. We should be cognizant of the...
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The Athenaeum Dec 25
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
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The Athenaeum Dec 23
Applications are still open! Submit your resume and cover letter by January 2
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The Athenaeum Dec 12
"What the Acadia 2025 Ideabook represents under the infrastructure chapter is the Campus Master Plan in all but name. The controversies associated with its biggest proponent, former President...
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The Athenaeum Dec 10
Congratulations to President Peter Ricketts on his appointment as Chair of the Maple League! This piece from 2017 covers the benefits of what the Maple League has to offer
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The Athenaeum Dec 7
Journalism matters. From our friends at the Jack Webster Foundation.
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The Athenaeum Dec 6
"Councillor Chis Vanderburgh expressed his disappointment with the decision to move forward with voting on the bylaws, and Arts Senator Katie Winters defended this decision, stating that the creation of the...
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The Athenaeum Dec 5
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