It’s Valentine’s Day and Romance is in the air. But what does romance mean in 2018? Can it survive the #MeToo moment? And are we having less sex than our grandparents did?
A look at social activism on campus, from social media activism to protesting, from social entrepreneurship to climate change.
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.
Modern religious experience and multiculturalism are the subjects of the STU Journalism students today.
The Credit Hour looks at love & relationships in the age of social media.
Mitchell Peardon and Kennedy Bowden-Welsh reflect on university life and recent financial decisions at STU.
Travel to Latin America with the music, culture and history provided in this STU Lunchbox!
Nathalie explore fitness for a generation who doesn’t have any time, and Katherine takes a close look at the spooky side of the world in paranormal situations.
Today’s STU Lunchbox features a look at shame for the first half, and fandoms in the second half.
Teenage Romance Fiction and Millennials and Religion.
Nathan Delong and David Bardwell discuss the budget, post-secondary education, the economy and the environment of New Brunswick,
Jessica Christmas discusses the struggle to keep alive and expand education of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet native language. Laurie Mazzerol explores the role of video games in our lives, for better and for worse.
Conor Brown discusses illegal downloading of music; Yi Fan describes the phenomenon of KPOP.
Brittany Lively and Kenya Marcelline explore fitness venues of Fredericton and the worlds of yoga.
STU Lunchbox: Alex Corbett asks what cell phones & social media do to news delivery and coverage. Jordon Gill asks whether the iconic James Bond is archaic or still relevant.
Students Taylor Hoyt and Jessica Christmas explore the public face of ISIS, particularly the women who promote and recruit for it. Mark Tunney demonstrates some of the behind-the-scenes learning and products made by the students creating the STU Lunchbox documentaries.
Everybody says that they want to be healthy, but how do we go getting there? What do we do, and how do we judge what good standards are to follow? In today’s STU Lunchbox, Emily Bosse takes on the question: Should we be following Canada’a Food Guide? You’ll here some surprising opinions on cholesterol, diets,
Another pair of documentaries produced by students of STU Journalism! Open Data for Civic Engagement & Wrongful Convictions!
STU Journalism presents: Winter Fun & Beer Culture!
The series of programs produced by the students of STU Journalism continues! This week, Joseph Tunney and Sean McCullum bring us a discussion of our increasing reliance and integration of technology in a piece called “Cyborgs” for the first half, and in the second half they assure you, somebody is watching you, but challenge you
STU Journalism presents: The STU Lunchbox! Tune in every Wednesday at noon for a pair of documentary features presented by STU Journalism students. This one: Emma Chapel presents a discussion and debate on the moral conundrum of “cultural appropriation”: what does it imply? Where does it happen? Is it bad, good or something else? And Oscar
Modern Acadian culture is thriving, but how far and wide does it’s impact spread? In the first half of today’s STU Lunchbox, Andrea Silverthorne explores our province’s treasure while demonstrating the great music on offer. In the second half of the hour, Peter Johnston looks into a broader question: can New Brunswick cities support a