Covers the Island Like the Tourists



Black Cultural Society of PEI Aims to Preserve and Promote Black Culture on the Island

By: Elizabeth Iwunwa Across the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, the month of February is set aside as Black History Month. This event originated in the United States in 1976 to celebrate important people and events in African... Continue Reading →

Democratic Renewal (Aka Electoral Reform): What is It and What is Happening?

By: Sarah Crosby Youth voter-turnout was a prevalent issue in the recent federal election. Thanks to awareness campaigns and media outreach we saw a huge jump in political engagement among young voters. The election may be over, but we here... Continue Reading →

Confessions of a CFA (Come From Away)

By: William Beall Hey there. My name is William Beall, and I’m an international Student from Manhattan, New York City. (Morningside Heights.)  I’m now in my third year at UPEI, and I have something to tell you. I love and... Continue Reading →

Newcomers Association Holds Informational Sessions at UPEI

By: Jing Zhao Over a period of two days the PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada (PEI ANC) held presentations in the Murphy Student Center. On the course of the presentations, the PEI ANC introduced who they are and what they... Continue Reading →

Politics on Tap: Why Should Young People Care About Voting?

By: Taya Nabuurs At an event co-hosted by the Young Voters of Prince Edward Island and the UPEISU Get Out the Vote campaign, young political activists along with former and current politicians alike gathered at The Pourhouse on Monday evening... Continue Reading →

PEI Beer Festival a Success!

By: Via Reyes The PEI Brewing Company held its fourth annual PEI Beer Festival at the Delta this past weekend as part of the Fall Flavours Festival. The event focused on shedding a lot more light on the art and... Continue Reading →

Blog at

Up ↑