What I wish I’d known

I’m about to start my final year at Dalhousie University. Looking back now, I can see how naïve I was as a freshman. I thought I was prepared, but quickly realized I had a lot to learn. Here is what I wish I had known. 

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One year of COVID-19

Morgane Evans: The week before  Last March, when my friends and I went to the Risley Gala (the annual end-of-year event for Risley Hall residents), we didn’t know Dalhousie University would stop in-person classes days later. We didn’t know the next time we’d see each other we’d be smiling in relief that Nova Scotia had…

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Looking for new heroes

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is arguably one of the most popular franchises in contemporary western popular cinema.   It currently has 23 movies in circulation including Avengers: Endgame, “the top global box-office performer not only of 2019, but the 21st century,” according to writer Tom Brueggemann at IndieWire. Considering the influence these movies have on countless fans around the world, it is important…

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Dalhousie Poets: change

They say, turn the last page  Give way to a new age  Go play on the next stage  Don’t stay in your old cage  A new day, a new change  A little gay, a little strange  An old day, an old shame  All the grey, all the same  Every start shall end  Every end soon…

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