A balancing act

Anna von Maltzahn is no longer just a threat on the basketball court, but on the trail too. (Alice Hebb photo)

For the record, Anna von Maltzahn wears exhaustion well. She shows no signs of tiredness as she strides into the Dalplex to sit down with the Gazette. Von Maltzahn, a fourth-year neuroscience major, decided to make her final year of schooling her most challenging one yet. She will not only be representing Dalhousie again in…

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Eight-goal weekend for women’s soccer

The Dalhousie women’s soccer team couldn’t have recovered much better from the first game of their doubleheader weekend at Wickwire Field. After losing 3-2 on Sept. 22 in a tense match against the top-ranked Cape Breton Capers, the Tigers roared back with a 6-0 demolition of the Memorial Seahawks the next day. Dal’s split record…

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Dal represents

Though it may not compare to his Olympic glory, kayaker Mark de Jonge, 28, was honoured to take part in this year’s football season opener at Dalhousie. “I learned that there are a bunch of engineers on the team,” he says, “so it was cool to be able to do the opening kickoff for Dal…

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