Editor’s note: This article contains many spoilers for the 2020 novel In Five Years.  In Five Years by Rebecca Searle is a novel about confronting the reality of your life and finding the bravery to change it amidst grief, hope and loss.  The plot  In Five Years follows the story of Dannie, a high-achieving lawyer in New York…

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New Year, New Me  It’s that time of year again  Time to start fresh  But the slate is never truly clean  A new resolution does not mean you’re a new person  The actions you take to achieve greatness do  Greatness is never born  It is built  Be greater than the person you left behind last year  Become more…

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Editor’s note: This is a satirical article. Read ahead to find out what your future holds in the upcoming year. The stars have determined it. Here lies your fate.   Aries (March 21 – April 19)   Let your competitive and passionate nature help you to bribe, steal and cheat some fun out of life (and your close…

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The world celebrates fashion week in New York, Milan, London and Paris every February, but at Dalhousie University students celebrated early. From Nov. 16 to 20, students gathered on Zoom to celebrate Dalhousie Fashion Week. Everyone was raving about the fashion-forward trend of decorating plague masks.   Masks make a statement  The discovery of COVID-19 has created some concern in the world. The wearing…

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Editor’s note: This is a satirical article. If you’re a Dalhousie student struggling with mental health issues, contact the Student Health and Wellness Centre (902-494-2171), or the Mental Health Mobile Crisis Team (1-888-429-8167) for emergencies.  Dalhousie University has announced some exciting virtual initiatives to help students cope with mental health issues next semester.   Therapy dogs and stress balls  Many students…

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When Max MacAulay looks for subjects to draw, he tries to find people who look interesting and will likely stay still for more than five minutes.   Typically, MacAulay finds these people at the Halifax Public Gardens, the Halifax Waterfront, local bars or on busses. Equipped with a pen and paper, he draws his subjects and…

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Video games, especially online multiplayer titles, have provided some people with an escape, entertainment, and most importantly, human connection during the pandemic.

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Although the COVID-19 pandemic has led to many people feeling lonely and isolated, one student society at Dalhousie University has been working to lift spirits through music.

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