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Basketball nationals return to Dal

Dalhousie University will host the U Sports men’s basketball national championships for the second time in three years this March.   They won a bronze medal as the host two years ago. They want to do better this time.   “We’re not playing for second, that’s for sure,” says Head Coach Rick Plato.  In 2016-17, Dal won…

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Placing schools

Dalhousie University was left off the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Top 200 World University Rankings of 2013. Other Canadian universities, like the University of Toronto (ranked number 17) and the University of British Columbia (number 49) are on the list, but we, despite the illustrious state of our campus newspaper, are not. Of course, it is…

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Cross-country meet descends on Point Pleasant

Saturday, Oct. 6 proved to be a good day for Dalhousie’s cross-country runners, as both the men’s and women’s teams found success during the SMU-Dal Invitational at Point Pleasant Park. The Tigers placed first in the women’s 6km race with a score of 20 points, aided by Ellen Chappell’s individual second-place finish. Melissa Hardy of…

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McGill win national gold in women’s hockey

Paula Sanderson, Staff Contributor   The McGill Martlets are the CIS national women’s hockey champions for the third time in four seasons after beating St. FX Axewomen on Sunday night. McGill moved the puck and their feet quickly and out-skated and over-powered St. FX at Wilfred Laurier University, where the tournament was held last weekend.…

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$30,000 from McGill legal settlement went toward survey

By Lucy Scholey, Assistant News Editor The $30,000 put toward a Canadian Student Survey came from a settlement with McGill, members of the Canadian Alliance of Students Association learned last Friday. After several bouts of miscommunication, the national director of CASA explained the survey’s details to a group of student union representatives at the alliance’s Annual…

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