Poetry

This piece by Natalia Tola deals with the emotions that resurface when you’re trying to let go of someone that’s been long gone.

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Summer in picture frames

The ending of summer is often accompanied by a wave of nostalgia for the freedom and fun of those months, as the transition to hectic activity and academic responsibilities begins at the start of the school year. 

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Q & A with actor Breton Lalama

Breton Lalama is a Halifax-based comedian, actor and writer. They have participated in a variety of American and Canadian TV shows, musicals and theatrical plays throughout their career, and are involved with LGBTQ+ rights activism. 

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The need for rent control

  Editor’s note and update: On Oct. 20, 2021, Premier Tim Houston reversed his position and announced that rent control will remain in the province –– with rental increases being…

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The first year on your own

While September has brought with it a return to in-person classes at Dalhousie University, the return to campus also means this month is many students’ first time living alone. The Dalhousie…

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The show must go on

Virtual Reality

The COVID-19 pandemic has halted in-person plays nationwide since last spring, but a local performance company called Heist recently collaborated with other Canadian theatre companies to showcase Frequencies: a play presented entirely in virtual reality.  “There is no footprint and the possibilities are endless,” says…

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