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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 …

Starting Lean keeps students in Nova Scotia

By Sabina Wex, Assistant News Editor • October 24, 2014

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Dal’s hands-on entrepreneur class spins out successful start-ups
Tyler Zemlack graduated from Dalhousie with a PhD in biology last year, yet he couldn’t find any …

DSU aiming to accommodate budget deficit

By Nebal Snan, News Contributor • October 3, 2014

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Executives analyze situation at DSU financial town hall
The Dalhousie Student Union (DSU) announced at its financial town hall last week that it has a …

Student Accomodation Policy broadens focus

By Rachel Collier, News Contributor • October 3, 2014

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Policy attempts to eliminate discrimination from education
Dalhousie’s updated accessibility policy allows accessibility service staff to help students avoid conflicts between academic performance and any …

Mental Health Awareness Week Kicks Off on Monday

By Sabina Wex, Assistant News Editor • October 3, 2014

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Student Health Promotion creates a weeklong discussion about mental health from Oct. 6 to Oct. 10
Leading up to World Mental Health Day, Dalhousie’s Student …

The case of the missing courses

By Jesse Ward, Editor-in-chief • October 2, 2014

More than two thousand courses that are no longer offered appear on Dal’s newest course calendars

 
Potential Dalhousie students interested in checking out the university’s …

Transgender student disagrees with verdict of human rights complaint

By Natasha MacDonald-Dupuis, News Contributor • October 2, 2014

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“I don’t want to be humiliated and pushed through a system that is not going to hear my rights,” says Dal student

Transgender student Jessica …

Transgender Dal student’s human rights case dismissed

By Natasha MacDonald-Dupuis, News Contributor • October 1, 2014

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The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission has dismissed transgender student Jessica Dempsey’s human rights case against food service provider Aramark.
The Commission’s Board of Commissioners …

DalFest: Out of control or just a good time?

By Eleanor Davidson, News Editor • September 26, 2014

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Student reaction to rowdy DalFest crowd triggers angry response
An excited crowd jostles each other as the band plays. Some crowd-surf, some dance, others huddle …

The Wheel Deal

By Yusraa Tadj, News Contributor • September 24, 2014

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Dal’s planned bike lanes land mixed opinions
 
In the upcoming months, a noticeable change will be happening to the campus landscape. In accordance with Dal’s …