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Proud at Dal: A week to remember

Relive the memorable moments of Dalhousie's first Pride Week as captured on camera.

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Ocean School

Dalhousie University and the National Film Board of Canada, supported by the governments of Canada and Nova Scotia, have partnered on Ocean School, a project designed to build ocean literacy among youth.

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Pride stories: The good fight

Theatre graduate Lara Lewis discusses the ongoing struggle for LGBTQ+ equality.

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Pride stories: Open to everyone

Aquaculture graduate student Lindsey Gillard talks about the importance of ally and family participation at Pride.

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Pride stories: More than a celebration

Jasmine Walsh, acting assistant vice-president, human resources at Dalhousie, shares her views on the political purpose behind Pride.

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Pride stories: A step towards understanding

Working for an end to the marginalization of the LGBTQ+ community and the people within it is a year-round pursuit for law student Michael Davies-Cole.

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Pride stories: Actively engaged

From discussion panels to Truro's first Pride parade, Dalhousie Animal Science student Eric Pace is celebrating Pride Week with a busy schedule.

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First-year Interest Groups
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Make the most of your first year at Dal with a First-year Interest Group (FIG) and be supported in a small group of fellow students with similar academic interests. Join a FIG today!

Orientation 2016
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Register for Orientation 2016 and join with more than 2500 new friends in a variety of exciting programming that takes place now through September 9.

New Student Registration
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Course registration for September 2016 first-year students is now open. Discover how to register for courses and what you need to do before you select your courses.

Stay at Dal
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This summer, book a stay at one of Dal's residence locations and enjoy affordable rates and convenience in both Halifax and Truro, Nova Scotia.