For the first time during a provincial election, Mount Allison hosted advance polling stations. Located in Tweedie Hall, the stations provided an avenue for Mt. A students to vote in the provincial election. The polls ran for three days from Sept. 15 to Sept. 17, opening at 10 a.m. and closing at 7 p.m.
Across the province, 13 on-campus polling stations collected 2833 votes over the week leading up to the election. The number shows a slight increase over the 2665... read more
No one expected the final score of the Mounties’ Homecoming game against the Saint Mary’s Huskies to emulate the 1984 team’s dominating performances. The Mounties crushed the visiting Huskies in a performance that rivals anything seen on MacAulay Field in twenty years.
The win is the Mounties’ fourth straight over the Huskies, leaving Mt. A undefeated at 3-0 this season. SMU has been a dominating force in the AUS for almost twenty years. The Huskies have gone to... read more
The champions of the 1984 Mitchell Bowl came home to Sackville last weekend to celebrate their thirty-year anniversary. The team was treated to a dominating performance from the 2014 Mounties squad against the Saint Mary’s Huskies.
The feeling of a blowout victory on Saturday must have felt sweet to the 1984 squad. Former kicker and assistant special teams coach Jeff Paikan compared being able to finally get over the “SMU hump” to what they experienced against... read more
A tantalizing double-dose of soothing folk and energetic blues-rock lit up Bridge Street last weekend as Ray Legere’s Kitchen Party and the Garrett Mason Band delivered powerful back-to-back performances. Kicking off this year’s Tantramarsh Blues Society lineup, both groups brought their own array of sounds and selections that had audience members cheering and dancing long into the night.
The city of Constantinople is remembered for its long history of preserving culture in literature and in music, and its inhabitants also helped to disperse and exchange ideas between the East and the West. This tradition was reignited in Montreal in 1998, when an ensemble called Constantinople was founded and served as a crossing point for musicians to explore new connections in pieces ranging from medieval manuscripts to pieces with Middle-Eastern flair.