$600 million campus makeover still on the table

Friday November 5, 2010- The Dalhousie Gazette Samantha Durnford, Assistant News Editor The university is getting ready for some big changes. With the release of the final Dalhousie Campus Master Plan, a large scale overhaul of public spaces and university buildings is underway. Ken Burt, vice-president of finance and administration points to a stack of … Continue reading $600 million campus makeover still on the table

Megan Leslie says most MPs think campus talks are waste of time

October 22, 2010- The Dalhousie Gazette Samantha Durnford, Assistant News Editor Megan Leslie says members of parliament don’t waste their time on campus because people under 30 don’t vote. She says there’s something wrong with this picture. Leslie visited Dalhousie on Tuesday to discuss how students can effectively engage MPs on pressing social issues. In … Continue reading Megan Leslie says most MPs think campus talks are waste of time

Gottingen project moves forward despite lack of funding

Dal prof says new condo will “open up” the neighbourhood October 9, 2010- The Dalhousie Gazette Laura Conrad, News Editor and Samantha Durnford, Assistant News Editor A combination of factors have made Gottingen Street on of the most feared neighborhoods in Halifax. Dalhousie architecture professor Grant Wanzel says the area has suffered from being a … Continue reading Gottingen project moves forward despite lack of funding

U-Pass saved

Students to pay $116.50 for year-long bus pass September 10, 2010- The Dalhousie Gazette Samantha Durnford, Staff Contributor Dalhousie students will be receiving their U-Pass stickers this September for the same price as last year. On Aug. 17, Halifax Regional councillors decided against Metro Transit’s price increase for the bus pass many students count on. In … Continue reading U-Pass saved