Posts Tagged ‘Homecoming’

Tigers move closer to championship in memorable homecoming victory

The Dal Tigers football team put on another dominant performance Saturday evening, with a 57-7 victory against the UNB Saint John Seawolves. The homecoming atmosphere at Wickwire field was filled with enthusiastic school spirit and support, with Dal fans loudly cheering the Tigers on to the final whistle. There was even a golden retriever dressed…

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Dal football secures homecoming victory

The Dalhousie Tigers football club gave a boost to the homecoming fans with a 14-7 win on Saturday, Oct. 5 against the visiting University of New Brunswick Saint John Seawolves. The first quarter was a tug-of-war, with both teams pressing and defending hard. It looked like neither team was going to push through to the…

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A family of our own

Why did you come to Dalhousie? Homecoming weekend asks us that very question. We each have our reasons, be it the call of the ocean, that it’s close to home or the lure of a lot of bars in one student-congested place. But for some, it’s the influence of those that have come before them:…

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Dalhousie helps Light the Night

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Halifax event sets record Halifax’s Light the Night campaign, which culminated in a walk on Oct. 22, was more than successful according to event coordinator Samantha Warshick. The city’s walk was named the highest-raising first-year walk ever in Canada. “That’s a pretty great title,” Warshick says. Participants raised $250,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society…

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Homecoming loses money

By Torey Ellis, Staff Contributor   Although DSU president Chris Saulnier says that the homecoming celebration this year was a “mixed success,” the student union potentially lost thousands of dollars on the events. Saturday’s LMFAO concert in the McInnes room was sold out days before it happened, but a revenue of $29,375 from ticket sales for…

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Homecoming weekend preview

By Dylan Matthias, Sports Editor   Take a quick glance at our print cover this week. Homecoming’s sort of important. Sure, it’s not really for everyone. But why waste a weekend filled with so many tantalizing Tigers home games. For the soccer and football teams, it’s the last chance to see them this weekend, as…

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