Posts by Student Life

Living alive

By Josh Fraser • October 10, 2013


Formal private education is a marvel of modern society. The problem arises when we begin to think that the academic angle is the sole …

The final chapter

By Rachel Eades • March 30, 2012

summer painting angela gzowski

The end of the year is almost here, and for many of you, that means convocation and the transition to the non-student variety of …

Just a day to get drunk?

By Olivia Schneider • March 30, 2012

st. patrick’s by olivia s

On St. Patrick’s Day, it seems everyone is a little Irish—or wants to be.
It’s a day to boast of Irish heritage, no matter how …

Final fantasy

By Matt Ritchie • March 23, 2012

Fantasy baseball

As I write these words, I’m pretty psyched. Seven days from now I will participate in my annual Yahoo Fantasy Baseball draft. What will …

Tiger Toning

By Colin Hebb • March 23, 2012

Tiger Toning

“Spring seems to be coming a bit early this year, not that we had much of a winter to begin with. Any advice for …

Spring Cleaning

By Rachel Eades • March 9, 2012

Spring Cleaning

March is finally upon us, and that means the worst of winter is almost done. While it may not feel like it now, that …

Hosting the humanities

By Calum Agnew, News Editor • February 17, 2012

DASSS Conference, Calum Agnew

Students from across Canada came together at Dalhousie for the third annual Dal Arts & Social Sciences Undergraduate Conference and the sixth annual Information …

Campus construction

By Alesia Hebb • February 3, 2012

Campus Construction by A. Gzowski

From the classroom to my residence, campus is ravaged with construction. A large backhoe swings beside the Killam Library and “crosswalk closed” signs are …

Doing the Local-Motion

By Alesia Hebb • January 13, 2012

Local produce. Photo by Jonathan Rotsztain

Last semester I took part in a challenge to become a locavore—someone who eats only local foods—as part of an environmental ethics project. The …

Loaded Ladle wins appeal

By Torey Ellis • November 18, 2011

Loaded Ladle wins appeal

Society will be ratified if they can meet the criteria
There were smiles of relief all across the DSU council room Nov. 9 when councillors …