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Five Terrible Excuses Not To Run In The DSU Elections

By John Hillman • March 5, 2015

A former candidate dispels fears and misconceptions about running in the DSU elections
The nominations for the 2015 DSU elections have opened. Admit it — …

From the Archives: Breaking Up is Hard to Do

From the Archives: Breaking Up is Hard to Do

By John Hillman • February 27, 2015

By the time you read this, the DSU has probably already held its special general meeting to decide whether we should pull out of …

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Tigers claim AUS men’s basketball title with thrilling comeback victory over Huskies

By Stephen Campbell • March 1, 2015

Just when it looked like the clock was going to strike midnight on the Dalhousie Tigers’ Cinderella run in the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) …

Women’s volleyball wins third-straight AUS championship

Women’s volleyball wins third-straight AUS championship

By Raeesa Lalani • March 1, 2015

They did it again.
The Dalhousie women’s volleyball team are the champions for their third year in a row, beating the Saint Mary’s Huskies three …

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Other News

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DSU council votes to leave, releases statement on systemic sexism within Students Nova Scotia

Provincial student advocacy group loses largest member
The Dalhousie Student Union (DSU) is now fully independent in its advocacy efforts after DSU council voted to …

Who’s Who at CKDU? Trevor Murphy Sets Halifax Ablaze, Weekly

Gazette: Who are you? How old are you? Where are you from?
Trevor Muphy: My name is Trevor Murphy, I’m 30 years old (feels weird …

Jonathan Williams’ speech for Dalhousie Student Union council

The following letter was emailed to the Gazette by Jonathan Williams, executive director of student advocacy group Students Nova Scotia, on Feb. 27, 2015. …

Loaded Ladle brings cooking competition to the SUB

Loaded Ladle brings cooking competition to the SUB

No tears, no drama, just delicious free food
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon, a familiar sight appears in Dalhousie’s Student Union Building: a line …