Putting the "you" in the U-Club

With all faculty/staff/grad students now members, the University Club staff are working to be "the living room of campus."

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Tibet's digital diaspora

Chris Helland travels to the Himalayan mountains to study how Tibetans share their religion around the world.

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Growing a garden for everyone

Dozens of students, faculty/staff and community members make use of the Agricultural Campus Community Garden.

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New scholars for a new RSC college

Randall Martin and Roberta Barker named to the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.

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Cutting the ribbon on the BSAC's new home

The Black Student Advising Centre celebrates its new location on Edward Street.

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Meet Angela Emmerson, Dalhousie Food Service’s very own registered dietitian serving the Halifax campus. By offering one-on-one nutritional advice, dining hall tours, and a new food labelling education program, Angela’s goal is to help students succeed – in school and in life -- through healthy eating. Want to make an appointment or learn more? Check out www.dal.ca/foodservices
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Executive Chef Michael Silvester is passionate about the food he prepares and the people he serves. Mike and his team prepare about 5,400 meals a day at four dining halls on Dal’s Halifax campus. That’s a lot of carrots -- along with many other fresh, nutritious ingredients, many of them sourced right here in Nova Scotia. Learn more at www.dal.ca/foodservices.
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Dr. Randall Martin is one of the 91 inaugural members of the Royal Society of Canada's newly formed College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists; he is one of two Dalhousie researchers to receive the honour.
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