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Julia Serano speaks at Dal about transgender rights

By Katherine Thompson, News Contributor • October 30, 2014

Julia Serano speaks at Dal about transgender rights

Prominent transgender activist’s speech draws packed crowd

On the evening of Wednesday Oct. 22, roughly a hundred people crammed into a small room at the …

Holocaust Education Week Begins on Sunday

By Brownen McKie, News Contributor • October 30, 2014

Holocaust Education Week Begins on Sunday

Students aim to educate each other about all aspects of the Holocaust

Holocaust Education Week in Halifax will take place from Nov. 2 to 8, …

Will you find a job after university?

By Michael Lee, News Contributor • October 30, 2014

Will you find a job after university?

Aga Khan Foundation Canada makes a stop in Halifax for Youth (Un)Employment university lecture series

In a time when youth unemployment is a major concern, …

E&A Office takes new approach to tackling cultural appropriation

By Eleanor Davidson, News Editor • October 30, 2014

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Requests for costumes changes at the Grawood will be no more
 
In a sudden change from last year’s policy, students entering the Grawood with culturally …

Symposium calls for new approach to mental health in the media

By Olivia Canny, News Contributor • October 30, 2014

Symposium calls for new approach to mental health in the media

Experienced journalists, health professionals and others discuss public perception of mental illnesses

This year’s Joseph Howe Symposium at University of King’s College addressed the problems …

To hesitate, or to lead a nation in change?

By Meredith Lee Baldwin, News Contributor • October 30, 2014

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Crowd if 200 asks Dalhousie to be the first Canadian university to divest from fossil fuels
Dalhousie students and alumni gathered for the Board of …

Dissected: Dal keeps cadaver searching alive

By Daniel Boltinsky, Copy Editor • October 30, 2014

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Because of people like Wendy Simon, people like Jade Panzarosa don’t dig corpses from graveyards under the cover of night. Jade is a 3rd …

DSU amends constitution: 11 things you should know

By Jesse Ward, Editor-in-chief • October 27, 2014

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Bar patrons, actors volunteer time to ensure democratic process at DSU general meeting
If you had browsed the Dalhousie Student Union’s Twitter and Facebook pages this morning …

New LinkedIn university rankings measure Dal grads’ employment

By Sabina Wex, Assistant News Editor • October 25, 2014

New LinkedIn university rankings measure Dal grads’ employment

The social networking website LinkedIn lists accounting professionals, finance professionals, investment bankers, marketers and software developers as the most desirable jobs in Canada. Dalhousie …

Dal-created Breast Cancer fundraiser celebrates 10 years

By Michael Reardon, News Contributor • October 25, 2014

Dal-created Breast Cancer fundraiser celebrates 10 years

A Toast to the Coast has raised over $70,000 since 2004.

 
Described as a “fabulous ‘pink’ evening” by one event-goer, this year’s A Toast to …