Posts Tagged ‘movember’

Hadfield to celebrate Dal’s face oddities

One of the world’s most celebrated moustaches is coming to Dalhousie. Canadian astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield will be stopping by campus sometime in 2014 to personally congratulate last Movember’s big winners, as well as give a public lecture. Dal raised the most money per capita in Canada for the global men’s health charity, with 645…

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Ben’s Ten: Notable Novembeards

The Dalhousie Gazette, being the prestigious institution it is, strives to be original. Since I did a “Movember in the Majors” piece last year, here’s a new portmanteau for you: Novembeard. Trends have come and gone, but in every era beards in some shape or form have always made the cut. From prophets and pirates…

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Movember’s official

The perfect accessory to your classics degree

  The beards and moustaches we have become used to seeing this time of year have entered the Halifax history books thanks to a proclamation made by Mayor Peter Kelly on Nov. 13. In his final act as mayor, Kelly gave Movember the official seal of approval. “I… on behalf of Halifax Regional Council, do…

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Ben’s 10 – Movember in the Majors

The moustache is a symbol of all things good and manly. It is a source of pride for men from Ron Burgundy to Ned Flanders, and now moustaches are raising money for a good cause. We have entered Movember (the ‘M’ has officially replaced the ‘N’) and men across the galaxy are growing their ‘mo’s’…

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The guys behind the ‘stache

Men’s hockey grow moustaches for calendar Arfa Ayub, Staff Contributor   For forward Shea Kewin and veteran goalie Josh Disher, what started as a class project, has turned into team bonding experience. “We are putting together this calendar to raise awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer,” said Disher “We developed this Movember calendar. We…

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Moustaches take over November

Tannara Yelland, The Sheaf (University of Saskatchewan) SASKATOON (CUP) – If you see an army of moustaches this month, just remind yourself it’s for the greater good. “Movember,” as it has grown to be called, supposedly began in 2003 when a group of friends sat drinking in Melbourne, Australia, and a discussion sprang up about bringing…

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