Championship redemption for men’s volleyball

Jonathan MacDonald (1) and Matthew Donovan (7) join their Tigers teammates in celebrating an improbable win. (Photo by Fran Harris via the University of New Brunswick)

The Atlantic University Sport (AUS) men’s volleyball crown is returning to Halifax, as the Dalhousie Tigers retook the title from long-time rival University of New Brunswick on Feb. 15. The Tigers secured the AUS championship by winning 2-0 in a best-of-three series, and scored a spot in the Canada Interuniversity Sport (CIS) national championship tournament.…

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Dal wins rugby rematches

On Nov. 3 Dalhousie and King’s College went head-to-head for the second year in a row in the Nova Scotia Rugby Union University Division 2 final. King’s opened the scoring as scrumhalf Tristan Keyes took the penalty restart quickly, racing to the outside and offloading to lock Sam Campbell for the try, but flyhalf Liam…

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Dal football secures homecoming victory

The Dalhousie Tigers football club gave a boost to the homecoming fans with a 14-7 win on Saturday, Oct. 5 against the visiting University of New Brunswick Saint John Seawolves. The first quarter was a tug-of-war, with both teams pressing and defending hard. It looked like neither team was going to push through to the…

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Cross-country meet descends on Point Pleasant

Saturday, Oct. 6 proved to be a good day for Dalhousie’s cross-country runners, as both the men’s and women’s teams found success during the SMU-Dal Invitational at Point Pleasant Park. The Tigers placed first in the women’s 6km race with a score of 20 points, aided by Ellen Chappell’s individual second-place finish. Melissa Hardy of…

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Dawgmobile impounded

The Dawgmobile's stand in costs the Dawgfather $50 a day (photo by Mel Hattie)

Most Dalhousie students know the Dawgfather. For those who don’t, he’s the man standing outside the Student Union Building (SUB) serving burgers and hot dogs. But recently, something’s been missing. Two weeks ago, police impounded his distinctive multi-coloured van. Dawgfather PhD has been renting a U-Haul ever since, at $50 per day. The Dawgfather says…

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