Fredericton Faculty of Arts

Five Frightening Films from Atlantic Canada to Check Out

Tabatha Armstrong

Posted: October 29, 2021 12:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Arts , Departmental , Other , Opinion

Looking for locally sourced scares this Halloween Weekend? Professor Scott Preston, Chair of the Culture and Media Studies department, has put together a list of his top five Atlantic Horror movies streaming now. Pull out the popcorn and get into the spooky season  by checking out the complete linked list below 👻🎃👇 Adrift (2014) From local filmmaker Jared Carney, this genuinely creepy short film was made for the annual Fredericton 48 Hour Film Competition back...

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Adieu from the Faculty of Arts

Fredericton Arts

Posted: September 14, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Faculty , Opinion , Arts , News

September 2015 Adieu from the Faculty of Arts! Does it seem a bit odd to welcome you to our new blog with a goodbye wish?  Perhaps, but “farewell” is an interesting place to begin.This June, UNB’s 186th graduation, or “Encaenia,” as we call it, took place over the course of several ceremonies.  The Faculty of Arts is an old hand at Encaenia: at the first one in 1828, the university’s whole graduating class (there were three of them!) received a BA.  We’ve been there at every graduation...

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Be open to change do what you enjoy and love and the rest will fall into place Memories of First Year Part 4

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 28, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Faculty , Arts , Spotlight , Opinion , Student

Only two weeks...  ...until you begin the next chapter. Regardless of whether you are joining us straight from high school or from another stage in your life, we hope all the excitement and fresh-start motivation inspired by those back-to-school vibes are helping you to feel positive about your first term. For the fourth installment in our series on 'Memories of First Year' I met up with Arts alumna Kelsey Seymour. Find out about "the D Experience", the significance of salad in a Sobeys...

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The Ability to Give Back Memories of First Year Part 3

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 21, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Opinion , Student , Spotlight , Arts , Other

And the countdown continues... …less than three weeks until the start of Fall term! Time flies when you're having so much summer fun. This week we will be chatting with Andrew Daley, an Assistive Technologist working with UNB Libraries and a graduate from the Arts faculty (Economics). Andrew generously shared his experiences navigating university as a mature student with a visual disability. Reflect back on a time when students carried around bookbags full of textbooks, access to computers...

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Be a sponge and swallow your fear Memories of First Year Part 2

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 12, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Spotlight , Other , Arts , Opinion , Student , Faculty

Four weeks to go until... ...the first day of classes! Hard to believe it's only a month away. As we head towards Orientation Week, time travel back to 1998 with us. It was a strange time where you were required to stand in line to register for courses and penny candies were still a thing (pennies were still a thing!!!). Cindy Brown sheds some light on being a first-year then: the hit songs (get ready for some 90s classics), cramming for an exam, being a sponge, and overcoming shyness....

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Grilled Cheese Iron Maiden and Showing Up - Memories of First Year Part 1

Fredericton Arts

Posted: August 6, 2015 5:00:00 AM ADT

Category: Faculty , Spotlight , Student , Opinion , Arts

The countdown is on! In one month we will be welcoming hundreds of new students to campus for Orientation Week. The first year of university is an exciting and emotional time. It isn’t only about learning how to study well (though that is a big part!) – it is a host of new experiences that will stay with you for years to come. What do you think will stand out this year and stick with you years later? I decided to ask a few local Arts alumni to take a trip down memory lane to see what has...

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