A man and his dog. (Photo by Natalia Silchenko)

A letter to my first-year self

By Chris Parent, Photo Editor • March 28, 2014

Dear Chris,
It’s a couple weeks until I graduate from university, and so I thought I would write a letter to you, my first-year self. …

All the cliched life lessons that turned out to be true. (Photo by Amin Helal)

My four years are up

By Jacob Sandler, Opinions Contributor • March 28, 2014

A look back
Four years at university. In one way it’s another level in the perpetual cycle of education. Like grade school, like high school, …

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2. Tequila sunrise (PART 1)

Ben’s Ten: Unique Uniforms

By Benjamin Blum, Sports Editor • March 28, 2014

And so it is that another year at the Dalhousie Gazette has drawn to a close. The ‘not-so-little column that could’ touched on everything from …

MacDonald had the Tigers set up for success. (Photo y Chris Parent)

The big finish!

By Dalhousie Gazette Staff • March 28, 2014

The Dal Tigers semester in review
The end of the year brings about different feelings for everyone. Some are relieved that it’s finally over, while …

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Why aren’t you playing: Dark Souls II

Live or die trying
It took me six hours to reach the first boss in Dark Souls 2. During those six hours, I had died …

Today's Dalhousie students are speaking out with a resolve unlike we've seen in some time. (Photo by Chris Parent)

Editorial: Today’s Dalhousie student

Year marked by students standing up for themselves
The question was innocent enough: what was the mood on-campus this fall?
As editor-in-chief of the Dalhousie Gazette, …

Dalhousie Agricultural Campus procession

Dalhousie graduating 3,559 students

Nine honorary degree recipients, including North Korean prison camp escapee
Dalhousie University is sending off more than 3,500 students this month in a flurry …


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