At some point, in every relationship I’ve fostered – whether platonic or romantic – I’ve had to have “the talk.” No silly, not that talk. This one usually begins with a quizzical look, a slight tilt of the head and a question I’ve grown to hate. “So, what are you?” No, no, I know you’re…

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We recorded on Inauguration Day and decided to give you a break from all the craziness that is American politics. Instead, we talked about that craziness of Halifax and our lives. Tune in to hear about an encounter with a raunchy musician (spoiler alert: he has a song called Ram Ranch) and lucid dreaming. Plus,…

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It’s an awkward time of year: 2017 is trying to be better than 2016, you might be picking your first off-campus house for next year, and you’re getting used to new classes (or continuing to die in year-long ones). Jen and Sabina get #raw about the legitimacy of New Years resolution and then give unsolicited…

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Social media: love it, hate it, but it’s there. We talk to blogger and King’s student Rowan Morrissy about the picture-perfect image bloggers aim to achieve online and on Instagram. We also asked social media skeptic Sohraub Pazuki why he isn’t a fan of social media. SMU Sociology and Criminology professor Dr. Michelle Byers explains…

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Welcome to the first-ever Dalhousie Gazette Podcast! If you can think of a better name for the podcast, let us know and we will buy you a chocolate bar. Jennifer Lee spoke with Maddie Johnson, Matt Stickland and Tessa Williams about the impending doom/excitement of graduation. With three different areas of studies and backgrounds, our three…

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Hold back your tears, try not to throw up and get on with your life. This is a mantra I need to tell myself even before last night’s election results. Breathe in… one, two, three, four. Breathe out… one, two, three, four. Repeat for the next four years. Anxiety, such a loaded term, is a…

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I’ve gotten lumpy during my university career. I saw a picture of myself from my first year on Halloween. I had long hair, big dreams and goddammit I was thin. Like most students in their early twenties, I gained some extra weight. A study from the Auburn University in Alabama showed that roughly 70 per…

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I remember my first panic attack. It was at the Summer Rush concert in Alderney landing. I was fresh out of grade nine and packed in with hundreds of sweaty strangers, I was with friends who I was slowly growing apart from and about witness the raw musical talents of Pitbull himself. Then, out of…

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With media outlets like Upworthy and Buzzfeed, headlines like the one above are plaguing almost every social media platform. By now I’m sure you’ve realized that this is not a list of the 1o hottest professors at Dalhousie. If you clicked on this article because of that, then you, my friend, fell into the trap…

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There is nothing romantic about getting so wasted that you puke up all the contents of your gut, or are so hung-over that you miss class.

The other night, my boyfriend and I were walking our dog when we happened across a party going on in a flat above us. The party hosted around fifteen guys, bros if you will, toasting to whatever occasion they were celebrating. I live on a street that is primarily occupied with students, so I can…

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