Thanks to Dalhousie University Libraries, you can find archived issues of the Dalhousie Gazette going way back to the 1800s. Here, you can browse through and download more recent issues of the paper.

2020-2021

Issue 1. Vol 153: Back to Campus… kind of

2019-2020

Issue 12, Vol. 152: Sink or swim

Issue 11, Vol. 152: The A-Team

Issue 10, Vol. 152: Aquakultre pays it forward

Issue 9, Vol. 152: From Dalhousie, with love

Issue 8, Vol. 152: Happy Fake News Year!

Issue 7, Vol. 152: Halifax for the Holidays

Issue 6, Vol. 152: You oughta know Hannah Moscovitch

Issue 5, Vol. 152: Dry pint glasses, dry pockets

Issue 4, Vol. 152: The Haunting of Parliament Hill House

Issue 3, Vol 152: Impossible to Ignore

Issue 2, Vol. 152: Reckoning with a racist legacy

Issue 1, Vol. 152: Back to stu(dying)

2018-2019

Issue 13, Vol. 151: International students reject proposed tuition hike

Issue 12, Vol. 151: Everything is fine

Issue 11, Vol. 151: Sharing a classroom with your harasser

Issue 10, Vol. 151: Sex & Love

Issue 9, Vol. 151: What a waste

Issue 8, Vol. 151: Back to the grind

Issue 7, Vol. 151: Dal’s $55,000 price tag on access to employment information “absolute lie”

Issue 6, Vol. 151: STEM vs. Arts

Issue 5, Vol. 151: Cycling to school

Issue 4, Vol. 151: The Spoopy Issue

Issue 3, Vol. 151: Indigenous art exhibit changing the narrative

Issue 2, Vol. 151: Sustainability not just a society

Issue 1, Vol. 151: The Next Generation

2010-2011

Issue 7, Vol. 143: Welcome Home Note: the Gazette has removed one column from this issue to protect the personal safety of a past contributor.

Issue 6, Vol. 143: Pop

Issue 5, Vol. 143: Banned Blood Note: the Gazette has removed one column from this issue to protect the personal safety of a past contributor.

Issue 4, Vol. 143: Peace of Mind

Issue 3, Vol. 143: Can Love Survive Peak Oil? 

Issue 2, Vol. 143: School Spirit Note: the Gazette has removed one column from this issue to protect the personal safety of a past contributor.

Issue 1, Vol. 143: Gazette Picks (on and off campus) Note: the Gazette has removed one column from this issue to protect the personal safety of a past contributor.