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African Nova Scotian Health Sciences Camp opens eyes to possibilities

Nearly 20 African Nova Scotian youth spent part of their summer vacation at Dalhousie last week, exploring everything the health sciences have to offer.  Read more.

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Rosalie Fralick
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Two Dalhousie Planning students are responsible for three colourful pianos currently on the streets of Halifax, available for any and all to play a few tunes on this summer.
Danny Abriel (photos), Stephanie Rogers (text)
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Photo Essay: From sheep shearing demonstrations to crafting handmade rings from horseshoe nails, there were no shortage of unique activities for the hundreds of community members who dropped by the Agricultural Campus' annual Community Open House last week.
Dustin Meagher
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
More than 1,400 visitors descended on Dal's Steele Ocean Sciences Building during Doors Open Halifax earlier this month, which hosted hands-on ocean science and technology activities for attendees of all ages.

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Rosalie Fralick
Friday, July 31, 2015
Dalhousie received best non-profit float at the 2015 Halifax Pride Parade, with dozens of students, faculty and staff turning out to show their support for LGBTQ+ individuals in our community.
Communications & Marketing
Thursday, July 23, 2015
In advance of Saturday's Pride Parade, we ask members of the planning committee, "What's your pride?"
Rosalie Fralick
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Two Dalhousie Planning students are responsible for three colourful pianos currently on the streets of Halifax, available for any and all to play a few tunes on this summer.
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Nearly 20 African Nova Scotian youth spent part of their summer vacation at Dalhousie last week, exploring everything the health sciences have to offer.
Stephanie Rogers
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
The beautiful gardens of Dalhousie's Agricultural Campus in Truro are a featured destination in Tourism Nova Scotia's "Garden Road Trip" for the second straight year.