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The Brunswickan is Canada's oldest official student publication established in 1867. Founding member of
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Brunswickan 4h
Less than a month after cannabis legalization in Canada, cannabis advertising remains a highly restricted area. But a criminology expert who has studied the societal aspects of the drug believes that could soon change.
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Brunswickan 18h
New Brunswick satirical news site has taken their latest project to print: a parody of Brunswick News papers.
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Brunswickan 23h
ICYMI: , an indie-folk-pop duo from St. John’s Newfoundland, entertained their Fredericton Playhouse audience the night of Nov. 2:
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Brunswickan Nov 16
ICYMI: The Red Shawl campaign was held last month to create awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women in New Brunswick and across Canada.
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Brunswickan Nov 15
Did you know the Brunswickan launched a new podcast last month? Check out Sidebar's transcript if you still haven't listen to it yet: 🎧
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Brunswickan Nov 15
Our Arts & Lifestyle Editor, Isabelle Kate Duffett Leger, recommends 10 songs to listen to in the end of this chilly month of November: 🎧✨
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Brunswickan Nov 14
UNB student Fernando Sanchez from Morelos, Mexico, has been celebrating the Day of the Dead his whole life.
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Brunswickan Nov 13
JUST IN: to close campus branch in March:
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Brunswickan Nov 13
: Fredericton marks 100 years since end of WWI:
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Brunswickan Nov 12
"The idea that your first time having sex will be an amazing experience, is pretty bullshit.":
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Brunswickan Nov 11
100 years later: Remembering UNB alumni killed in WWI:
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Brunswickan Nov 10
During the First World War roughly 300 UNB students enlisted for military service. Learn more about New Brunswickers in the war:
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Brunswickan Nov 9
The pumpkin sacrifice is a residence tradition that spans over four decades:
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Brunswickan Nov 9
Are you a procrastinator? Check out these 5 free apps that will help you be more productive, focused and organized!
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Brunswickan Nov 9
"When a ‘straight pride’ flag was raised in Chipman last month, it put the small village on the map – for all the wrong reasons."
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Brunswickan Nov 8
Have you listened to the first episode of our Sidebar podcast yet? Subscribe now:
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Brunswickan Nov 6
Ghosts of Violence ballet 'heart-breakingly' relevant:
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Brunswickan Nov 5
A concise recap of the stories you need to know from the past month.
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Brunswickan Nov 4
During the First World War roughly 300 UNB graduates and undergraduates enlisted for military service. Among these, 32 were killed during their service and are listed on the honour roll in Memorial Hall.
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Brunswickan Nov 3
After two years and over 2000 hours of labour, members of the community filled the MEM Hall auditorium to witness the restored windows for the first time.
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