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The Photography Issue

If you’re reading this, chances are your experience with looking at photographs goes as far as double-tapping a picture that you like and moving on. There’s nothing wrong with that. This issue of the Dalhousie Gazette invites you to slow down and take your time, as the paper takes you through the work of five…

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Expression of self through boudoir

Kaylin Dickie and business partner, Megan Andrus smiled knowingly at one another as they sat around the wooden dining room table of a Victorian Airbnb they had booked to use as a temporary boudoir photography studio.   I’d asked if they had a favourite boudoir shoot they could tell me about.  “Our girl,” they responded simultaneously. …

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Fashion through the ages of Dalhousie

AUTHOR SERENA JACKSON When it comes to back-to-school outfit inspiration, there are resources everywhere: dozens of bloggers posting articles with stunning photography of minimalist book bags, Buzzfeed’s “11 Back-To-School Outfits That’ll Crush It On Social Media”, that one giant Sears billboard featuring Gigi Hadid in what looks like some sort of private school uniform from…

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From The Archives: Spooky Studies

While this week’s specific paranormal submission by “A Creeped-Out Contributor” is something of a rarity, the Gazette has long treated the study of the paranormal as a field worthy of discussion. From century-old questions about why so many of the spirits contacting us from the beyond happened to be especially ignorant manifestations of famous thinkers…

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Saving the oceans with a camera lens

Cristina Mittermeier by Jasspreet

Cristina Mittermeier is a Marine Biologist and photojournalist who specializes in portraying conservation issues and the relationship between human beings and nature. She has completed several assignments for National Geographic and is the co-founder and Executive Director of SeaLegacy, a group that uses the power of imagery to encourage people to protect the oceans. On…

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Welcome to your endless orientation

If you’ve enrolled at Dalhousie following the summer after your final year of high school, your parents and elementary school teachers could never have accurately imagined what your first weeks at university would look like. Around the time your life started, one of Dalhousie’s head staff in Information Services told the school’s Board of Governors…

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The Dalhousie Gazette is the student-run newspaper of Dalhousie University and the oldest, longest-run campus newspaper in Canada. The Gazette is an autonomous student newspaper covering news and events both on the Dalhousie campus and around Halifax. It’s covered stories ranging from provincial politics, celebrating women on campus and of course, the Dalhousie Student Union.…

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