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100th Anniversary Edition

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Vol. 4, No. 2 | July 1926

Legacy of giving to UNB

The story of philanthropy at UNB is the story of a century of generosity.

Vol. 6, No. 1 | February 1928

Alumnae Newsletter

The October meeting of the Fredericton Alumnae was a large one and aftre considerable discussion, it was decided to entertain the Freshettes only at the annual Hallowe'en Tea.

1923 - 1931

Around the Campus

Post-Encaenial Cannon Boomed, Library Possesses Ancient Books, Dedication of the Forestry and Geology Building, New President

1923 - 1931

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1946 -1965

Around the campus

U.N.B. to offer Ph.D., U.N.B. Memorial Student Centre plans advance, Computer purchased by U.N.B., Beaverbrook House in Saint John opened, and more.

Vol. 19, No. 2 | Summer 1965

U.N.B. Saint John - A year-end report

By G. Forbes Elliot, Principal

Vol. 1, No. 1 | December 1946

UNB President's Letter

By Milton F. Gregg

Vol. 1, No. 2 | February 1947

Editor's Corner

Editor Unknown

1946 to 1965

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An opinion feature | Fall 1975

It's my world: In defence of the smoking ban

By Lois E. Graham, dean of the UNB faculty of nursing

Alumni Profile | Winter 1977

It's no snap making it in photography

He himself might describe it as "a very rough business," but there's no doubt that Richard Vroom has made it in his field.

1965 - 1981

The presidents during this era

Dr. James O. Dineen, Dr. John M. Anderson, and Dr. James Downey

1965 - 1981

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1982 - 1992

Campus News

Nicole Bourque wins Commonwealth Scholarship, Sullivan Rink sweeps to victory, University adopts AIDS policy, New president selected

Vol. 14, AL3 | Summer 1988

Former student wins at Olympics, sets world record

Mark Lackie has become only the second Saint John athlete ever to capture a medal at the Winter Olympic Games.

Vol. 11, AL2 | Winter 1985

Alumna active for province's women

Ellen King (BA'71, BEd'72) was being challenged by the Soviets to explain New Brunswick's marriage regulations.

1982 - 1992

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Cover Story: Vol. 24, No. 2 | Spring 2016

Imelda Perley: Building bridges of reconciliation

Cover Story: Vol. 27, No. 2 | Summer 2019

Leanne Fitch: A legacy of change and compassion

Cover Story: Vol. 30, No. 2 | Summer 2022

Marcel LeBrun: Building a community one tiny home at a time

Alumni Feature: Vol. 30, No. 1 | Fall 2021

Jennifer Flanagan: Transforming lives through education

Fall 1992

Introducing a new medium for our message

On behalf of the Associated Alumni, I would like to welcome you to your new Alumni magazine. -- Fredrick C. McElman, President, Associated Alumni (1991-1993)

1992 - 2012

UNB Digest

Wu Centre opens for business, Alumna awarded prestigious Rhodes scholarship, Coat of Arms comes home, presidents through the decades, and more


What's Happening@UNB

Campus marks golden anniversary, IBME looks back on 50 years, UNB launches integrated health initiative, A clean water crusader, Meet Paul, New residence honours trailblazing couple, Transforming NB's digital future

Feature: Vol. 20, No. 2 |Winter 2012

Ribbon cuttings in Fredericton and Saint John

This fall, both UNB Fredericton and UNB Saint John held ribbon-cutting ceremonies, officially opening The Richard J. CURRIE CENTER and the Hans W. Klohn Commons.

Alumni Feature: Vol. 22, No. 2 | Spring 2014

Deborah Lyons appointed Canadian ambassador to Afghanistan


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