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Jonathan Williams’ speech for Dalhousie Student Union council

By Jesse Ward • February 27, 2015

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

Intolerable sexism at the CBC

By Sally C, Letter Writer • February 27, 2015

When running the story about the advertisement on national primetime Dalhousie Dentistry Facebook posts, the CBC wrote ‘Dalhousie University in Hali- fax has launched …

DSU Supporting Segregation

By Mary MacDonald • February 27, 2015

The pilot project introducing private swims for women at Dalplex raises concern. According to published reports, these swims have been implemented for “cultural” and …

How to be an editor with the Dalhousie Gazette

By Jesse Ward • February 8, 2015

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With less than a month until March, the Gazette will soon be hiring next year’s editorial board.

There’s still time left for you to become …

Silenced students and rewritten narratives mean we should all speak out about Dal’s dentistry scandal

By Jesse Ward • January 27, 2015


Contradictions raise important questions about students’ rights
Regardless of your gender, interest in social media or stance on the limits of free speech, there is …

A question for the DSU executives

By Jesse Ward • January 19, 2015

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On Wednesday the Dalhousie Student Union made some huge decisions without advertising in advance they were making them. They’re now going to ask the …

Dalhousie’s contradictions prevent any accurate understanding of dentistry scandal

By Jesse Ward • December 28, 2014


Why it’s impossible to understand what happened until we’re given real answers
Over the past week, hundreds of Dalhousie students endured questions from family and …

Questions in dentistry scandal go unanswered amid extensive media coverage

By Jesse Ward • December 21, 2014

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Contradictions and inaccuracy surround communication around misogynist Gentlemen group
In the final days of 2014, Dalhousie University is being searched for on Google more now …

Letter: Restorative justice is not a solution

By Samantha Elmsley • December 19, 2014

Opening my Toronto Metro newspaper on the subway yesterday morning, I was delighted to see an article on my alma mater Dalhousie nestled among …

Letter: Statement on the misogynistic events at the Dalhousie School of Dentistry

By Community Members • December 17, 2014


We, the Board and Staff of the South House Sexual and Gender Resource Centre, would like to express our outrage and disgust over the …