Posts By: Ian Froese

Ian was the Gazette's Editor-in-chief for Volume 146. He was the Sports Editor for Volumes 145 and 144.

In loving memory of Bill McLean

November 22, 2015

On the weekend of Nov. 7-8 Tigers athletics, the entire Atlantic University Sport, and amateur sport in general was dealt a devastating blow with the loss of Bill McLean. Bill played a crucial role in launching and growing AUSTV in… Continue Reading

The Water Cooler: Men’s basketball, Tiger MVPs, and the return of Scruffy MacMinster

March 16, 2015

With the AUS varsity season drawing to a close, it’s time to look back at the year that was. A few of the Dalhousie Gazette Sports Editors attempted to unite for their yearly water cooler gossip, but instead, an old… Continue Reading

Letter to the Editor

November 21, 2014

Dear Editor: Gazette opinion writer Shannon Slade clearly took a tongue-in-cheek approach in her Nov. 7 piece when she disparaged Dalhousie’s “vapid, sidewalk-hogging monsters” for having the audacity to stop in the middle of a sidewalk and have a conversation… Continue Reading

Dalhousie rugby learns from previous hazing by staying silent

October 10, 2014

With each incidence of hazing, the public becomes less sympathetic for those who engage in what is, in no uncertain terms, bullying. That is illustrated perhaps no more clearly than at Dalhousie. Less than two years ago, the university’s women’s… Continue Reading

Dalhousie graduating 3,559 students

May 21, 2014

Dalhousie University is sending off more than 3,500 students this month in a flurry of 16 convocation ceremonies featuring thousands of guests, handshakes and hugs. Graduation season is upon Atlantic Canada’s largest university with the school bidding adieu to a… Continue Reading

Non-student will have deciding vote in Dalhousie Student Union council

May 09, 2014

A non-student will have the tie-breaking vote at Dalhousie Student Union council this year after a controversial decision to grant honorary union membership to the chair was narrowly approved Wednesday night. Former King’s Student Union council chair Jake Eidinger is… Continue Reading

Sagar Jha resigns because he does not agree with DSU’s direction

April 10, 2014

The Dalhousie Student Union’s now former president Sagar Jha clarified why he decided to resign in an open letter emailed to all DSU councillors on Thursday. In the letter, Jha explained that he is resigning for one sole reason: he… Continue Reading

DSU president Sagar Jha resigns; union leaves CASA again

April 10, 2014

Highlights from the Apr. 9 DSU council meeting: Sagar Jha resigns  Dalhousie Student Union president Sagar Jha has stepped down. Jha told a surprised council last night he did not want to be held legally responsible for what he believed… Continue Reading

South House to collect levy for one year pending ratification

April 01, 2014

South House is expected to receive the levy increase they campaigned for in the recent Dalhousie Student Union (DSU) election despite their factually incorrect referendum question. Dalhousie appears willing to grant the sexual and gender resource centre a year-long grace… Continue Reading

South House’s levy increase in jeopardy

March 30, 2014

Dalhousie’s sexual and gender resource centre may have lost out on nearly $50,000 of additional funds after the university rejected the society’s levy question. Dalhousie has submitted several concerns with the wording of South House’s levy question that passed with… Continue Reading

Editorial: Today’s Dalhousie student

March 28, 2014

The question was innocent enough: what was the mood on-campus this fall? As editor-in-chief of the Dalhousie Gazette, I have the privilege of speaking with an array of people from all corners of the university—yes, even from Truro. I’m not… Continue Reading

The Gazette apologizes for plagiarism

March 14, 2014

Last week, the Dalhousie Gazette was alerted to an act of plagiarism in an illustration which was run in our Feb. 28 issue. Upon investigation, the 146-19 edition of Jocular Impulse was found to have featured a joke which had been… Continue Reading

Candidate profile: Didier Okende

March 11, 2014

Name: Didier Okende Age: 37 Position: VP student life   Dalhousie Gazette: Why are you running for student life? DO: I’m running for student life because I would like to increase student awareness of campus events such as competitions, games… Continue Reading