My guests today are Len Falkenstein, Artistic Director of Bard in the Barracks, and Tilly Jackson, an actress involved in both productions for this year.
My guests today are Brittany and Jacqueline, two of the assistant organizers for UNB’s upcoming Summer Music Camps.
My guest today is Gerry Blom of the Cultural Expressions Festival. The festival runs June 23-24 in Officer’s Square.
My guest today is Michael de Adder, a political cartoonist and author of the new book, “You Might Be From Canada If…”
My guests today are Avalon, Jhotsana and Ellen of the band Inland Island out of Montreal
My guest today is Amanda LeBlanc from the Under One Sky Friendship Centre.
My guest today is Joelle Robillard of Musique Nomade, a free project to help aboriginal musicians improve their work.
My guest today is Patti Auld Johnson, to talk about the upcoming environmental cleanup event: Butt Blitz 2017!
My guest today are Steve, Keith & Rick to talk about mental health for Mental Health Week.
My guest today is Saa Andrew Gbongbor of the Multicultural Association of Fredericton, to talk about the upcoming World Dance and World Food fundraiser.
My guest today is Bobby Ogilvie, to talk about business, technology and innovation, the subject of the upcoming Slingshot Talks event.
A look at social activism on campus, from social media activism to protesting, from social entrepreneurship to climate change.
My guest today is Elizabeth Effinger, one of the organizers of the Queer Research Day at UNB and STU.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein (Director of Drama at UNB) and Ian Clark (actor, Judge Brack) from the last Theatre UNB production of the season, Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler.
This week, an unofficial aboriginal education: what we need to know.
Coming out inside the campus bubble: what is it like to be queer and here?
An exploration of what terms around mental health mean.
My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, to talk about the upcoming performance of the works of Luciano Berio called “A Sequence of Sequences.”
Modern religious experience and multiculturalism are the subjects of the STU Journalism students today.
My guest today is Lisa-Ann Ross from Solo Chicken Productions, to talk about the upcoming multi-company experimental new theatre production, Shorts and Sweets.
My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, Musician-in-Residence at UNB, to talk about an upcoming performance of works featuring Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
The Credit Hour looks at love & relationships in the age of social media.
My guest today is Craig Norris, documentary filmmaker behind the touring presentation: Tideland Docfest.
My guest today is Matt Maclean, the UNB Mental Health Strategist. He joins me to talk about the opening of the new Peer Support Centre.
My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, Musician-in-Residence at UNB and performer of the upcoming concert Athèmes 2.