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...

Do you ever find yourself reminiscing on childhood scavenger hunt? Savoring the thrill of searching with your friends and the rush of happiness when...

The tuition freeze has been a staple in the education of numerous Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and has survived partially on the advocacy of individuals...

International students who have immigrated to Newfoundland arrive with the same intentions as their fellow classmates. They are seeking an opportunity to improve their...

December 4, 2017 By: Kristopher Smith Late last week, I saw a colleague share an article from VOCM, stating that the Newfoundland and Labrador English School...

To the reader, The Muse would like to acknowledge the critical feedback received about our Point/Counterpoint published in the most recent issue of the...

October 17, 2017 Claire Edwards It’s no secret that young people are pretty apathetic when it comes to voting in elections for all levels of government...

November 27, 2017 By: Thomas Penney Following the fallout from 2009’s VMA incident, in which Kanye West interrupted a universally adored white woman to promote Beyoncé’s...

If you really love bologna, I have two recommendations: consider buying the Bologna Cookbook by Kevin Philips and kindly come over to my apartment...

As province reels from oil decline Nalcor’s exploration efforts to be celebrated in London It was announced this month that Nalcor Energy – Oil and...