Posts By: Justin Hartling

Justin was an Online Editor for Volume 146 of the Gazette.

AUS men’s basketball season preview

November 15, 2013

It seems every year that Atlantic University Sport (AUS) basketball quickly turns into a runaway for a couple of teams and by January, most people can predict who will be in the championships at the Metro Centre. This year may… Continue Reading

From the broadcast booth: Dal football falters

November 01, 2013

It took less than 15 seconds for the Dal Tigers football club to look like it was not going to be their night. The opening kickoff resulted in a Dal fumble and a Holland College touchdown. Down early to a… Continue Reading

King’s professor dives into the Cuban Five in new book

October 04, 2013

“What is love?” That was the question Stephen Kimber, interim director of the School of Journalism at the University of King’s College, was seeking an answer to in Cuba in May 2009. While  there, Kimber hired a guide by the… Continue Reading

One tweet too many

February 26, 2013

Athletes aren’t the only people who say stupid stuff on Twitter… Continue Reading

What does the NHL owe the fans?

January 18, 2013

Where were you when you heard the news? I had just rolled over in bed to check the time on my phone. Then I saw the notification from CBC News. “NHL, players’ union reach tentative deal to end lockout.” I… Continue Reading

The scariest sham of the year

October 26, 2012

Halloween is an abomination of a holiday, if you even want to label it as that. The section of society that can really enjoy the day is practically less than one per cent. Grades 5 and 6 were the years… Continue Reading

Avada kedavra

October 19, 2012

I have always hated the Harry Potter series. I could not get through any of the books. My girlfriend basically strapped me into a chair and forced me to watch all the movies. I have been pestered since I was young… Continue Reading

Braun over brain

March 23, 2012

Do you remember the times when, if someone was proven innocent in court, they didn’t have to deal with constant accusations and people doubting their credibility? No? Me neither. But that whole cynical nature gets multiplied when you are talking… Continue Reading

Are we Rushing to an Apocalypse?

January 13, 2012

 “And the meek shall inherit the earth,” say the immortal words of the true apocalyptic scripture, a scripture that predicts unending war until the year 2062. An entire lifetime of intergalactic conflict and death is foretold, a future in which we live… Continue Reading

Have our ships come in?

November 18, 2011

Lack of results thus far from shipbuilding contract The Halifax Shipyard is going to make billions of dollars with their new contract, plain and simple. But despite the excitement following the $25 billion contract awarded to the province on Oct…. Continue Reading

Citizen journalism’s downfall

October 28, 2011

Heresay misguides in Amber Kirwan case It’s 5:30 a.m. on Oct. 10, more than 24 hours since 19-year-old Amber Kirwan was last seen leaving a New Glasgow Dooley’s en route to meet her boyfriend. My girlfriend and I are listening attentively… Continue Reading