The Student Union Building closed, following reported COVID-19 cases in N.S.

A SUB-par situation for student union employees

The SUB is closed and the DSU is struggling to create funds to support its students.

In this image: A person sits with their hands to their forehead.

The burnout dilemma

Burnout also has a lasting impact on a person’s physical and mental wellbeing.


A view from the Dr. Bill Freedman Nature Reserve, overlooking the ocean.

What Halifax is doing for habitat restoration, conservation and biodiversity

Halifax Regional Municipality is working to protect biodiversity, but it could be doing more.


Letter from the Editor: A goodbye

This issue, while it won’t be printed, was created in spite of everything happening around us. I couldn’t be prouder of the writers and editors who put these stories together so we could have the equivalent of a final paper, even just online.

In this image: A gas pump nozzle.

Big oil and academia

In Issue 12 of the Dalhousie Gazette, News editor Karla Renic reported that Dalhousie’s 2019 Treasury Investments Report showed over $27 million publicly traded (PT) equity holdings in mining, oil, and gas. Of that, $2,388,700 was invested into TransCanada Corporation — the owners of the Coastal GasLink pipeline. This is not a unique situation.


In this image: A group on a sailboat in the water.

Sailing success

Over February reading week, Dalhousie’s sailing club travelled to St. Petersburg, Florida, to compete in the CICSA Midwinters regatta.

Tigers bring home national medal

Tigers bring home national medal

The Dalhousie University Tigers men’s basketball team made history this season as they won a U Sports silver medal to cap off the 2019-20 season.

In this image: The Dalhousie Tigers women's volleyball team.

COVID-19 cancels volleyball nationals

After winning their eighth consecutive AUS championship, the Dalhousie Tigers women’s volleyball team lost their chance to compete in U Sports nationals.



Fond memories in dark times

Despite ending the year on a bad note, two students from Dal and King’s decided to think of better times and share their fondest memories from the past years they’ve spent at university.

In this image: Michael Fernandes jumps inside of his home.

Michael Fernandes and the art of experimentation

Nova Scotian artist Michael Fernandes, who lives in East Dover, was recently awarded a prestigious Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts.

In this image: Vinessa Antoine.

Behind the scenes of CBC’s Diggstown

The CBC legal drama Diggstown recently premiered its second season. The show is set and filmed in the Halifax Regional Municipality.