Posts Tagged ‘black power’

ScanDALous sixties

A bitter feud articulated in the Dalhousie Gazette opinion’s section erupted between the classy-music and swing dancing Dalhousie University students, versus the rock n’ roll listening boot stompers. It was January 13, 1960: Dalhousie wasn’t immune to the cultural changes of the times. The Gazette editorial team was criticized for being too critical of Dal…

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The Raised Fist

  I was captivated by a story that appeared in the media last March about a Nova Scotia man who was stoked to buy dentures with winnings from his $675,000 lottery prize jackpot. “Yep, I went right out and got a new set of false teeth,” said James Hanlon, 60, in a recent phone interview. “I’d been…

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