Posts by University funding

A part of the whole

By Natalie McDonald, Arts Contributor • March 13, 2013

Tatyana Abel observes the exhibition at NSCAD. (Natalie McDonald photo)

An inside perspective on why the NSCAD gallery is essential to students

Students dissatisfied with university leadership

By Calum Agnew, News Editor • March 23, 2012

Dal Senate – flickr

On March 14 Dalhousie University held the first student consultation session on tuition fee increases. The administration says the session is meant to give …

Updated: Dal votes for strike

By Torey Ellis, Copy Editor • February 17, 2012

DFA president Anthony Stewart at a media conference where he delivered the results of the DFA strike vote.

Dalhousie faculty members voted 83 per cent in favour of giving the Dalhousie Faculty Association (DFA) the mandate to strike, announced DFA president Anthony …

Supporting students without spending money

By Katrina Pyne, Editor-in-Chief • February 17, 2012

ANSSA, Adele Van Wyk

In the wake of the provincial government’s announcement to allow tuition to increase by three per cent, student groups are developing new ways to …

Dexter at Student Day of Action

By Alesia Hebb, Staff Contributor • February 10, 2012

Dexter at Student Day of Action

The second annual Student Day of Action on Feb. 1 brought together more than a thousand students to march under one common goal. But …

Faculty and administration call for help in negotiations

By Calum Agnew, News Editor • January 13, 2012

Anthony Stewart, DFA.

The Dalhousie Faculty Association (DFA) has called for conciliation in their ongoing contract negotiations with the university’s Board of Governors. The provincial government has …

(Updated) Tuition caps up three per cent

By Katrina Pyne, Editor-in-Chief • January 5, 2012

MOU by Kat Pyne

New MOU signed spells out tuition hikes
The province of Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia universities signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) today that …

Tuition caps up three per cent

By Katrina Pyne, Editor-in-Chief • January 5, 2012

New MOU spells out tuition hikes
The province of Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia universities signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) today that is …

Preventing, not policing plagiarism

By Kaley Kennedy, Opinions Contributor • September 23, 2011

Why students and faculty should support the end of turnitin.com at Dal
Dalhousie’s long overdue decision to discontinue its relationship with Turnitin should move the …

In defence of offense

By Dalhousie Gazette Staff • February 10, 2011

Is this offensive? Sometimes, we grate each other’s sensibilities for a reason
Katie Toth, Opinions Editor
 
Many of us are told, day in and day out, that …