Tensions rise as MUNFA begins to organize for better treatment

Following a negotiation meeting between the MUN Faculty Association (MUNFA) and the Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador (MUNL) bargaining team on September 8th and 9th, 2022, tensions are beginning to rise between the faculty and the university. During the…

Memorial Service for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Held in St. John’s

On Monday, September 19th, a memorial service was held at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist to celebrate the life of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, after her passing on September 8th, 2022. This day was declared a provincial…

Big Mary MUNday: Mary Browns opens in the UC

Mary Browns is now open in the University Centre (UC) at Memorial University’s St. John’s Campus. MUN’s Mary Browns location will be open Monday-Friday 11-6 pm and will serve various combos and sandwiches such as the Big Mary and 2-4…

NRC Invests $200,000 in Environmental Sustainability Initiatives at Memorial University

Image credits: NOAA (via Unsplash) On Wednesday, August 24, the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) announced the investment of more than $19 million— under its Ideation Fun initiatives, Challenge programs and the Global Innovation Clusters support program— for collaborative…

5 Seats Added to Family Medicine Residency Program for International Medical Graduates

Image credits: Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland On Tuesday, August 16th, the Government of NL announced the addition of 5 new seats for graduates from international medical schools to the Family Medicine Residency Program at the MUN Faculty…

Protestor to Protagonist: Matt Barter is Subject of 2023 Documentary

Memorial University student and protestor will be the subject of an upcoming documentary: Matt Holds Up a Sign. Matthew (Matt) Barter, an undergraduate political science student, is no stranger to the public eye. Barter claims he has been protesting tuition…

Is This the Time to Study Nursing in NL?

Photo Credit: MedicAlert UK (via unsplash) According to a recent report released by CBC news, there are more than 600 nursing vacancies in Newfoundland and Labrador, and 900 more nurses will soon be eligible to retire, leaving around 1500 nursing positions…

New Emergency Department and Mental Health Facility will be developed at Health Sciences

On Thursday, August 11, The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced a tender for the renovation and expansion of the emergency department of the Health Sciences Centre (HSC) in St. John’s. New components of the HSC will include an adult…

CFS-NL & MUNSU respond to the resignation of Emily Dyer

MUNSU lost its Executive Director of External Affairs, Emily Dyer after their resignation letter was posted on social media yesterday. MUNSU Executive Director of External Affairs Resigns Dyer explained their resignation due to a lack of support and communication from…

MUNSU Executive Director of External Affairs Resigns

MUNSU Executive Director of External Affairs, Emily Dyer, has resigned.Announced this afternoon on social media, Dyer’s resignation letter was released on MUN COURSE REVIEW/ ADVICE and Twitter. In the letter, Dyer explained they faced a lack of support and communication…