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An overview of sustainability at Dal

Here’s what Dal’s been doing for campus sustainability.

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Vape panic

NS Conservatives want to ban the sale of flavoured vaping products.

THE LATEST 'OPINIONS'

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Letter from the Editor: A call for transparency

The Dalhousie Student Union has shown it doesn’t care about freedom of the press, transparency or accessibility.

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Election reaction

I was not upset by the results of this election. A minority government is a good outcome, regardless of who the prime minister is.

In this image: Michaëlle Jean in 2006.

Hope in politics

To be hopeful or to despair: that is the central question for young people in today’s political context. The Shaar Shalom lecture confronted this dilemma.

THE LATEST 'SPORTS'

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Playoff performances

The Cape Breton University Capers won the men’s and women’s AUS soccer trophies, while both Dalhousie University Tigers teams bowed out in quarter finals.

In this image: Jessica Needham running during an AUS championship meet.

Making big strides

Competing for the Dalhousie University Tigers women’s cross-country team for a second year, Jessica Needham has become a valuable racer in the 2019 season.

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Another perfect season

The Dalhousie University Tigers men’s lacrosse team has claimed their ninth consecutive Maritime University Field Lacrosse League (MUFLL) championship.

THE LATEST 'ARTS & LIFESTYLE'

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R&B singer Daniel Caesar returns to Halifax

On Nov. 14, acclaimed Canadian musician Daniel Caesar performed at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax.

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Theatre du Poulet pushes the boundaries of performance

The local theatre company recently finished their run of Settle Elsewhere, an experimental production that explored the daily lives of immigrants.

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Hannah Moscovitch on What a Young Wife Ought to Know

The Halifax- and Toronto-based playwright speaks about her most popular and acclaimed plays, and her long walk to success.

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