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  • Issue of
  • Aug 30 - Sep 5, 2007
  • Vol. 15, No. 14

Arts + Culture

  • On the lot
  • Film + TV
  • On the lot

    Attention, young Spielberg and Scorsese, listen to the experts: If you want to be in the movies, you better shut up, work hard and get a driver’s licence.
  • The biggest time
  • Film + TV
  • The biggest time

    As the Atlantic Film Festival launches its largest line-up ever, Carsten Knox screens the 27th edition and finds more than a few highlights.
  • The brilliance dance
  • Theatre
  • The brilliance dance

    With Billie’s Blues Revisited, Halifax hyphenate Taryn Della aims to speak a positive message to the young people of her community.
  • Circuit school
  • Visual Art
  • Circuit school

    Artist and electronics expert Adam Kelly will light up the new NSCC campus, as the college’s first artist-in-residence.

Food + Drink

Music

  • Golden ticket
  • Feature
  • Golden ticket

    With a firm line-up now in place, The Golden Dogs are ready for their impending stardom. Ian Gormely catches them in a state of undress.

News + Opinion

  • Passive attack
  • City
  • Passive attack

    From moldy meat to clogged toilets, Coast readers share their passive-aggressive roommate tales.
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  • Pridesville
  • City
  • Pridesville

    Halifax might not have Toronto’s gay village, but if you know where to go, there is plenty of fun and friendship for LGBTQ students.
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  • In yer city
  • City
  • In yer city

    Mind the gap with our touring guide to student hot spots in five neighbourhoods. Written by locals for locals. illustration Moon Nam
  • Lord of the rings
  • City
  • Lord of the rings

    Be king of the contacts and program these important numbers into your cell phone, or go retro and hang our handy list on your fridge.
  • Young and restless
  • City
  • Young and restless

    If your fake ID just doesn’t cut it, don’t despair: there are plenty of booze-free activities around town for you to enjoy.
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  • Get off!
  • City
  • Get off!

    You don’t have to be rich to be cool: Our events guide will rule your off-campus world. Plus, a daily music selection from Playlist, The Coast’s online jukebox.
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  • SAVAGE LOVE

    Dan Savage knows his shit. Literally.
  • Higher education
  • Education
  • Higher education

    Campus cocaine use is on the rise, but according to some university officials, there’s aless-than-zero possibility it’s a real problem.
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  • Clothing time
  • Education
  • Clothing time

    What you study in school doesn’t matter, only what you wear. Before you embark on our back-to-school adventure, pick out an outfit that suits your style.
  • Does high school matter?
  • Education
  • Does high school matter?

    With QEH and St. Pat’s closing to make room for Citadel High, a member of the Class of ’67 goes to QE’s “last chance” reunion to find out if those high school days are as unique and important as he remembers.
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  • Fool school
  • Education
  • Fool school

    What were you thinking? According to a recent report, Nova Scotia is the least affordable place for university students in North America, so get used to the taste of ramen noodles, smarty-pants.
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  • Thrown to the dogs
  • Environment
  • Thrown to the dogs

    Despite protests, the Facebook group accusing Dal of mistreating animals is back online---and over 22,000 members strong. Mark Bolton reports.
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  • Bed spread
  • Health
  • Bed spread

    Back-to-school is also a great time to pick up a sexually transmitted infection.
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  • Crying game
  • Sports
  • Crying game

    Black eyes and stitched-up fingers: Nintendo Wii fanatics are injuring themselves in gloriously bloody ways.
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  • Lager league
  • Sports
  • Lager league

    Gag balls and tight men’s underwear are accepted fair play at the World Series of Beer Pong, asHalifax competitor Shaun Parker soon discovered.
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