Posts by Dalhousie Gazette Staff

Final countdown

Singer-songwriter Ellie Goldney. (Photo by Kit Moran)

Six formidable musical opponents will face off during the final performance of the annual Dal’s Got Talent competition on Friday, Mar. 14 at the Grawood. We got to know five of these noble bards as they prepared for battle to win $1,000. By Emma Skagen, Mat Wilush and Rosalie Fralick Editor’s Note: Emily Ambrose, the…

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Lip service

by Joelline Girouard and Zoe Doucette, Lip Colour Sexperts Revlon Colorstay Ultimate in 050 Top Tomato   $10.99, drugstores Joelline: This was my favourite of the lipsticks overall. Even though it was a deep red color, it left only faint traces on his lips. Once it came to the actual blowjob, it was more noticeable that…

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Falling and failing

The seven-day-soulmate, by Charlotte Kiddell  Day one: Assume he’s gay, based on sassy dance moves and frequent “Hey girl!” exclamations. Ditch on dance floor to seduce resident heartthrob. Day two: Hear that he hit on my sister the night before. Still think he’s gay… albeit confused. Day three: Bond over Community. Day four: Become best…

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News Briefs

Dalhousie is fighting the flu—on a bigger scale. (via StockPhoto)

Dal announces new partnership to tackle the flu by Nicolas Haddad, news contributor As new strains of influenza appear across the globe, Dalhousie is staying ahead of the game. The university is collaborating on a long-term influenza research project with the University of Saskatchewan. Dal president Richard Florizone, former vice-president finance and resources at the…

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University weighs in on new president

The Gazette asked some university VIPs a few questions about the new president’s time at Dalhousie so far. Here’s how they answered. WB: William Barker, former president of the University of King’s College, current Dal professor JH:John Hutton, Dalhousie Student Union rep on the board of governors DBT: Donna Bourne-Tyson, university librarian   Dalhousie Gazette: How have…

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Hadfield to celebrate Dal’s face oddities

One of the world’s most celebrated moustaches is coming to Dalhousie. Canadian astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield will be stopping by campus sometime in 2014 to personally congratulate last Movember’s big winners, as well as give a public lecture. Dal raised the most money per capita in Canada for the global men’s health charity, with 645…

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