Noah Fry (’19)
Honours PPE, emphasis in politics, minor in Canadian Studies
- Is a Bell Scholar.
- Lived in Edwards for two years. He was Vice-President in first year and President in second year.
- Chose Mount Allison for the small-town benefit and the generous scholarship offered.
- VP Academic for the MASU this year.
- Feels that Mount Allison has helped him to grow both academically and as a leader.
“Residence is really important in establishing what kind of student you are going to be at university. A lot of students aren't necessarily ready for all that responsibility when they leave home for the first time. In residence, you have the opportunity to grow as an individual and come into those responsibilities."
Charlie Scott (’83)
Mount Allison Federated Alumni Board President
- Was an RA in residence, involved in student government, VP External for Student Council in third year, and played intramural sports.
- Stayed all four years in residence — the first three in Trueman House and the last in Edwards.
- Daughter Allison graduated from Mount A in 2015.
- Still, to this day, answers to residence nickname "Tuna".
- Residence rivalries last forever. His Bennett friends still joke about Charlie being a "Trueman guy".
“I think that the first time you move away to go to school is a big step and it is important to have that network of people around to get to know. You immediately have 15 or 20 friends from your floor and 100 people that you know in residence."
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