It's MUNSU election season again! As always, the Muse has offered candidates the chance to publish their platforms so you can get to know...

To some, they are determinants of personal worth. To others, they are harmful little numbers on a computer screen. But to almost everyone, grades...

Newfoundland is dying. As of 2014, 17.7% of our population is above the age of 65, while youth aged 18 to 24 make up...

Pundits often remark that voters only think about politics once every four years. At MUN, however, many students likely never think about student politics...

Summer? More like bummer No one can deny that the weather in Newfoundland has been worst kind so far this summer. People have the heat...

In Canada, we are under a general consensus that degrees come from universities, diplomas come from colleges and other pro-secondary institutions, and certificates come...

Furry: for some, the term may be foreign. For others, it may conjure up a range of connotations, from the positive to the downright...

It is a question that I, as a Sports Editor at The Muse, have gotten more than once. Why does Memorial University not have...

The Association for New Canadians is an organization mandated to assist refugees and other permanent residents in settling into Newfoundland. They offer an array...

Visiting my hometown for family functions is often less than enjoyable, and not just because of preferably forgotten yearbook photos. Time and time again,...