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Loaded Ladle brings cooking competition to the SUB

By Jesse Ward • February 25, 2015

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 …

DSU may vote to leave Students NS for second time in two years

By Jesse Ward • February 24, 2015

DSU may vote to leave Students NS for second time in two years

Dalhousie Student Union (DSU) council may vote to disaffiliate from Students Nova Scotia (SNS), their only external advocacy group, as soon as this Friday.
A …

Dal graduate says his Facebook posts led to campus ban

By Jesse Ward • February 22, 2015

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Dal Security not required to report their bans to university administration
As a result of Facebook posts he made in what he calls an attempt …

Advocating for peaceful protest and a one-state solution

By Tegan Samija • February 16, 2015

Founder of the Israeli Committee Against House Demolition speaks in Halifax
According to Jeff Halper, a Jewish-American anthropology professor who has lived in Israel since 1973, Israel is …

Dal’s Dean of Arts and Social Sciences to be new SMU president

By Eleanor Davidson • February 16, 2015

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Robert Summerby-Murray to take over SMU presidency in July
Saint Mary’s University will have a new president as of July 1, it was announced last Wednesday.
Dalhousie’s Robert …

Dalhousie Outdoor Society seeks levy

By Yusraa Tadj • February 16, 2015


A levy as a means to bring societies together
Students looking for a break from daily life on campus can take part in trips to Cape Breton, Cape …

Five societies looking for levies

By Jesse Ward • February 8, 2015

Five societies looking for levies

Student service-providers seek your spare change

You’ll have the option of voting to increase the budgets of certain student societies when DSU elections come by …

Dal counselling employs 2 new staff members

By Haleigh Atwood • February 8, 2015

Due in large part to the dentistry scandal, the presidency of Dalhousie granted extra funding to Dal’s Counselling Services this semester. As a result, …

Love, life and coffee at Pavia Gallery

By Eleanor Davidson • February 8, 2015


Halifax espresso bar opens two new cafés

It’s an hour before closing and every seat is full. The sound of the espresso machine occasionally roars …

Health Sciences Library to no longer be study space

By Bronwen McKie • February 8, 2015


New Collaborative Health Education Building will be study area as of Jan. 2016

The W. K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library, located in the Sir Charles …