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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 …

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

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

Dal should consider divestment vote’s impact on alumni

By Matt Worona • November 28, 2014

As a Dalhousie alumni, I am very proud of my school. I feel like the atmosphere and culture allows students to cut their teeth …

Letter to the Editor

By Ian Froese • 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 …

Another fall, another round of meeting the neighbours

By Peggy Walt • September 19, 2014

Another fall, another round of meeting the neighbours

It’s another fall, and that means a new group of students living off campus in our neighbourhood, the streets bounding Dalhousie University, where many …

A September 2, 2014 lesson on why one does not leave sensitive material lying about in the recycle box of a public xerox machine

By Alan Ruffman • September 19, 2014

A September 2, 2014 lesson on why one does not leave sensitive material lying about in the recycle box of a public xerox machine

Dear Ms./Sir,
I was collecting some copies on September 2, 2014 in the South Commons when my eyes caught a handwritten note staring up at …

Letter to the Editor: Dal’s old buildings in need of updates

By Casson Foster • April 2, 2014

Letter to the Editor: Dal’s old buildings in need of updates

Dear Editor,
I’m writing this letter concerning the sustainability of Dalhousie’s campus and what it means to the future of the university. The 2010 Green …