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Dal proposes tuition hike for incoming international students

Dalhousie University has proposed to increase international tuition by almost 16 per cent in the 2023-2024 school year. 

Earlier this fall, Dalhousie University proposed a tuition increase and tuition guarantee for international students entering Dal studies next year. By proposing a tuition guarantee for incoming international students, their tuition will remain the same for each year they study at Dal.

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Chemistry students faint in lab, no cause given by university

Five students from a first-year Dalhousie University chemistry lab were taken to hospital Oct. 11, including two who fainted. The cause of the hospitalizations remains unknown. 

The lab, entitled “qualitative identification of cations” took place from 1 to 4 p.m on that date. It entailed testing unknown substances by exposing them to different solutions to determine the presence of specific cations. A cation is a specific type of ion studied in chemistry.

THE LATEST OPINIONS

The fine art of ghosting_MandyKing

Boo! To ghosting

There have always been ways to hang up and switch off. Modern communication makes it too easy to disappear. Take a look at ghosting. 

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TA strike tactics annoying, but necessary

The recent TA strike at Dalhousie has left some students frustrated. I support them, but is there a better way to get the message out?

Romance novels and rom coms_MandyKing

Romance: Indulge in guilty pleasures

Romance as a genre is often dismissed as fluff. As books to entertain bored housewives. That is a horrendous misconception. Romance slaps!

THE LATEST SPORTS

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Dal wins third straight AUS title heading into nationals

The Dalhousie University Tigers men’s cross country team defended their third straight Atlantic University Sport (AUS) title on Oct. 29 in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

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The long game

To help fill in for departed stars Keevan Veinot and Alex Carson, the Dalhousie University Tigers men’s basketball team brought in Joshua Koulamallah, a six-foot-four forward from Gatineau, Que. However, it has been a long road to joining the three-time defending Atlantic University Sport (AUS) champions for Koulamallah.

Halifax, Nova Scotia - Oct 14, 2022:  AUS Women's Basketball between Dalhousie Tigers and TMU Rams at the Dalplex in Halifax, Nova Scotia. (Trevor MacMillan/Dalhousie Tigers)

Women’s basketball season starts with two losses

After finishing the 2021-2022 season with a record of no wins and 13 losses, the Dalhousie University Tigers women’s basketball team got off to a rough start.

THE LATEST ARTS & LIFESTYLE

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Wolfwalkers (2020)

“Wolfwalkers” (2020) is an important film that beautifully flows retelling English and Irish histories, while discussing difficult themes.

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Benny and the Bananasaurus Rex

“Benny and the Bananasaurus Rex”, tells the story of a boy who, with a little help from his imagination and anaana, discovers his potential.

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Short story pick

We love short stories here at the Gazette. Hope you enjoy this issue’s pick, “Crabapple Company”, as much as we do!