Posts by Dalhousie

Once More Unto The Breach

By John Hillman • February 27, 2015

Once More Unto The Breach

The DSU’s quiet war on Students Nova Scotia represents our union’s insider culture at its worst.

Ah, February. So many cherished traditions. First comes the …

A Call for Greater Sustainability Education in the Commerce Program 

By Madelaine Clerk • February 27, 2015

As the next generation of business leaders, a sustainable future is at the hands and minds of Dalhousie Commerce students. The Bachelor of Commerce …

Once More Unto The Breach

By John Hillman • February 25, 2015

The DSU’s quiet war on Students Nova Scotia represents our union’s insider culture at its worst.
Ah, February. So many cherished traditions. First comes the …

Students Nova Scotia misrepresents us

By John Hutton • February 25, 2015

I care deeply about the right to education. I’ve spent countless unpaid hours doing what I can to build a student movement that can …

Student protests are vital

By Natasha MacDonald-Dupuis • February 19, 2015

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Direct action drives change
I choked on my coffee when I read Dijay Savory’s piece Student protests are useless in the Gazette earlier this month. …

Day of Misdirected Action

By Sarah Estrin • February 16, 2015

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Our annual day of protest has not helped the student cause

As a long-term student, my memory reaches back quite a few years. I was …

Promised transparency in Dal’s investments not reassuring

By William Coney • December 1, 2014

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In the overall context of transparency at Dalhousie, a recent motion to publish the school’s publicly-traded holdings holds little ground
This article is not about …

Campus Haunts

By John Hillman • October 30, 2014

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A guide to Dalhousie’s ghastliest ghouls and ghosts

Despite the decorations, this is still technically the opinions section, so I suppose I should frame this …

From the Archives

By John Hillman • October 3, 2014

From the Archives

Howdy Neighbours!

“Ragamuffins” – Vol. 5, Issue 3 – December 14, 1872
Ever since Dalhousie came into existence its students have been annoyed by the ragamuffins …

Rankings do matter

By Anfernee Duncombe • October 3, 2014

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Dalhousie University moving up in the QS University Rankings
 
What are university rankings all about and why should you care?
Each year, Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a …