Dal announces additional grade options for winter term

On March 26, Dalhousie Provost Teri Balser emailed the student body about alternatives for their academic records: a PASS/ILL model. Student Naomi Murray feels Dal needs to do more.


One presumptive COVID-19 case “connected with the Dalhousie community”

Dalhousie University confirmed a presumptive case COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) “connected with the Dalhousie community.” It’s unclear if the individual is a student, faculty or other staff member.


In this image: The front of the University of King's College's Arts and Administration building.

Letter from the Editor: Trying times

I have made the difficult decision not to print our last issue (moving it to online-only). It’s a practical decision as well as a moral one.

In this image: Racks of clothes at a thrift store.

Sustainable fashion is failing plus-sized people

Rapid production has made the fashion industry a top contributor to global environmental pollution, producing 10 per cent of total global carbon emissions.

In this image: Looking over a highway, small community and river.

Stand with Wet’suwet’en

A group of Wet’suwet’en land protectors are currently fighting to protect their land from the CGL pipeline and its long-lasting, devastating effects.


In this image: Isabel Sarty right after winning the 100m freestyle.

A record year

The accomplishments are piling up for third-year swimmer Isabel Sarty. She joined the Dalhousie University Tigers women’s swimming team in 2017.

In this image: Shamar Burrows (left) and Jordan Wilson hold the AUS championships trophy among other Tigers.

Tigers repeat as AUS champions

The Dalhousie University Tigers men’s basketball team near-perfect season continued as they won their fifth AUS Championship in six years on March 1.

In this image: The Dalhousie women's basketball team in 1980.

Dalhousie basketball alumni honoured nationally

Dalhousie University Tigers alumni Kathy Spurr and Anna Stammberger have been named to the U Sports top 100 women’s basketball players of the last century.


The cover of Look After Her by Hannah Brown

Q&A: novelist Hannah Brown

Acclaimed Toronto-based novelist Hannah Brown talks to the Dalhousie Gazette about her debut novel, Look After Her.

In this image: Irene Swain holds a pair of knitted socks.

Stitching together a community

The Halifax chapter of CNIB holds a bi-monthly knitting program for the blind and partially-sighted. Members work on projects from socks to dresses.

In this image: The four volunteers.

Why Dal and King’s students volunteer

Several Dal and King’s students find time in their busy schedules to volunteer on campus or in the community. Here are their reasons why.