International students have one more fee to pay

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ISES change international student’s health insurance plan International students at Dalhousie may be paying up more than ever as the result of a number of changes to the ISES health insurance plan opt-out. International students from over 100 countries make up 10.5 per cent of Dal’s student population. As at any university, international students can…

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Subway blows through Killam

Construction at the Killam entrance. Photo by Asha Katz.

Killam Library atrium replaced by Subway   On Aug. 23, the Dalhousie Libraries blog announced that construction was to start in the Killam Library the following day. The central purpose of the construction, which is now well underway, is the installation of a Subway outlet in place of the atrium. The post was met with…

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Can you put a price on safety?

Mike Burns (centre), director of security, and Dalhousie security officers at Wickwire Field. Photo by Kristie-Lynn Smith.

Tiger Patrol services reduced due to budget cuts, underuse    Tiger Patrol offers Dalhousie students a safe and free journey home. But this year, the services it offers have been reduced due to budget cuts. In the past, Tiger Patrol has consisted of both a walk-home service and shuttle bus service from 6 p.m. to…

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