A Tiger prowl for Homecoming

This weekend's Homecoming festivities add a new "Tiger Fun Walk/Run" across all three Halifax campuses. Attendees are encouraged to bring footwear to donate to "Walk in Our Shoes" foot-care clinic for homeless and at-risk adults.  Read more.

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Emma Skagen
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
The first theatre production under the Fountain School of Performing Arts banner opens this week: a creative take on Aristophanes' "The Birds" with props and settings made almost entirely from recycled or re-used materials.
Colin Craig
Monday, October 6, 2014
Organized by the Dal Commerce Society, this year's bicycle fundraiser brought in a record $25,800 to support children with cancer through Camp Goodtime and the IWK Health Centre.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Dal community signs up for the "Walktober" challenge, with teams of faculty and staff competing by counting their steps throughout the month.

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October 2014

Marie Visca
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
The Dal community united local Aboriginal leaders and community members last Thursday at the university's annual "powwow" in honour of our region's Mi'kmaq heritage.
Allison Kincade
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Don't miss the latest interactive exhibit from Derek Reilly and his team of Computer Science students this Saturday night at Halifax's Nocturne: Art at Night festival.
Misha Noble-Hearle
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
This weekend's Homecoming festivities add a new "Tiger Fun Walk/Run" across all three Halifax campuses. Attendees are encouraged to bring footwear to donate to "Walk in Our Shoes" foot-care clinic for homeless and at-risk adults.
Emma Skagen
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
The first theatre production under the Fountain School of Performing Arts banner opens this week: a creative take on Aristophanes' "The Birds" with props and settings made almost entirely from recycled or re-used materials.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Making his first address to the Halifax Chamber of Commerce, Dal President Richard Florizone outlined the university’s emerging strategy for supporting the region’s economic development and asked government and business leaders to work with Dal to build a stronger Nova Scotia.