Posts Tagged ‘Mount Saint Vincent’

The Mount makes strides for those who face the crimson tide

Nikki Jamieson believes menstrual health products should be free and accessible in public spaces.  “It’s no different than toilet paper or paper towel,” said Jamieson, President of the Mount Saint Vincent University Students’ Union. “Menstruating is a bodily function.”  After a solid year of lobbying on the union’s part, MSVU has become the first university in the province…

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Liberals’ 2016 budget investments to affect 11,000 Nova Scotian students

“If there’s one city in this country that really comes alive in September, it’s Halifax.” This was MP Rodger Cuzner’s sentiments as he announced investments from the Liberal government in 2016 that will benefit Nova Scotian students. On Monday, Sept. 12 at Mount Saint Vincent University, MP for Cape Breton-Canso and Parliamentary Secretary to the…

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Dal prof speaks at Hal-Con

Dalhousie English professor Jason Haslam addressed how the zombie is a symbol of the fear of the “other” at The Meaning of Monsters panel at this year’s Hal-Con. “[Monsters] are popular and address a lot of social and political issues throughout the period of the modern age,” said Haslam. He recruited Dal English professor Julia…

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Know your rival universities

  Welcome, new recruit! Halifax is one hell of a city, but it is a city contested. Dalhousie students are pitted day and night against outside forces who would want the city for their own. It is for your own well-being that we have assembled this list so that you may know your enemy. We’re…

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