Posts by Angela Capobianco
Votes in following the 2023 DSU election
After a week of campaigning and two days of voting, unofficial results from the Dalhousie Student Union election are in.Read More
‘The best people die’: Exhibit dedicated to Ukrainian students displayed at SMU
This exhibit is Unissued Diplomas, a worldwide exhibition that issues diplomas posthumously to students who died during the war in Ukraine. The exhibit at SMU was coordinated by Kateryna Rudenko, Yaryna Tylchak and Artem Kichydzhy — research assistants at Dalhousie University from Ukraine.Read More
International student apathy sign of bigger problems at Dal
The Dalhousie University Board of Governors approved the international tuition guarantee that was proposed last November in the new year. With the guarantee comes a tuition hike of around 16 per cent.Read More
DSU vice-president (student life) candidate: Emilia Cordova
Emilia Cordova is the current vice-president (student life) for the Dalhousie Student Union. She is running for re-election. She is studying towards a degree in biology and chemistry.Read More
DSU presidential candidate: Mariam Knakriah
Mariam Knakriah is a candidate for Dalhousie Student Union president. Knakriah is pursuing a double major in environmental science as well as environment, sustainability and society.Read More
DSU vice-president internal candidate: Daiyam Basharat
Daiyam Basharat is an international student studying international development studies and sustainability. He’s running for the Dalhousie Student Union’s vice-president (internal) position.Read More
DSU presidential candidate: Owen Connolly
Owen Connolly is a biology and environment, sustainability and society student from Halifax. He’s running as a candidate for Dalhousie Student Union president.Read More
DSU vice-president (internal) candidate: Tammy Maniou
Tammy Maniou is running for re-election for the Dalhousie Student Union’s vice-president (internal) position. She is studying biochemistry, molecular biology and philosophy.Read More
Halifax groups raising funds for victims of Turkey-Syria earthquake
The Turkish Society of Nova Scotia has tabled at Dalhousie University, Saint Mary’s University and held a bake and art sale at the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market. All proceeds from the society’s work will go to victims of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Turkey, Syria and surrounding countries on Feb. 6. This was one of several tabling sessions put on by the Turkish Society of Nova Scotia. They have also tabled at Saint Mary’s University and held a bake and art sale at the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market. All proceeds from the society’s work will go to victims of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Turkey, Syria and surrounding countries on Feb. 6.Read More
From COVID-19 to hookups, how does Dal date?
One hundred and twenty-eight people responded to the Dalhousie Gazette’s love and sex survey. The survey asked students at Dalhousie University how COVID-19 has impacted their love life, hookup culture and more.According to the responses, most students feel comfortable and safe dating at Dal.
83.7 per cent voted yes to that question. When asked what their concerns were about dating at Dal, many respondents singled out concerns around sexual assault, sexually transmitted infections and misogyny.