A local chartible organization has reached it’s goal for helping out newcomers to Antigonish. St.FX for SAFE is a group that helps raise funds for Syria and Antigonish Families Embrace, a group that helps sponsor Syrian’s who have been displaced from their homes. They have reached their goal of raising one hundred thousand dollars.
Dr. Norine Verberg is co-chair of St.FX for SAFE and professor at X. The last donation came from an anonymous donor totalling $20,000. Verberg is still is shock to have received this donation:
The group reached their goal during a charity event where Kristian and Kholin Rasenberg donated their hair, and Majd AlZhouri performed his play, To Eat an Almond.
Good morning, what a frosty start, looking like a high of 16 and sun today, get ready for the ATM this morning, cold hard cash in your pocket, sounds pretty good doesn't it? The pin will be given out before 10, know it, and win.
St. FX English professor Dr. Joseph Khoury has received a prestigious appointment. Khoury , a well-known Renaissance scholar, is now editor of the Tudor and Stuart Book Series at the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at Victoria College at the University of Toronto. His job will be to re-energize the series at this world-class […]
St FX is adding a new event to its Homecoming celebration next weekend. Jacqueline De Leebeck , director of student life at X, said the school began planning this event about a year ago as a means of providing an activity for students to keep them on campus. She said they want to offer something […]
The St. FX Female and Male athletes of the week are both soccer players. The Female Athlete of the Week is X-Women soccer midfielder Mercy Myles. Myles, a third year Arts student from Ghana played two strong games in helping to pace the X-Women to two wins on the opening weekend of AUS play. She […]