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Dalhousie in the news
Media Highlight: Former Dalhousie students pitch it big on Dragons' Den with innovative alcohol bottles
March 6, 2015 12:00 PM
Metro Halifax profiles Daniel Bartek, Cam McDonald and Bobby Besant, who got to pitch their company, Sage Mixology – developed through Dal's Starting Lean course — to the Dragons last year. The episode airs next Wednesday.
Media Highlight: Profs prove their worth
February 23, 2015 12:00 PM
Chronicle Herald editorial celebrates the back-to-back Herzberg Medals awarded to Dal researchers Ford Doolittle (2014) and Axel Becke (2015).
Media Highlight: Canada's Maple Leaf flag turns 50, middle age still gives off a nice red glow
February 18, 2015 12:00 PM
Canadian History Professor Shirley Tillotson speaks to the legacy of Canada's maple leaf flag on its 50th birthday.
Recent Dal News stories
Battle of the brains
March 6, 2015 8:30 AM
Dal students prevailed at the Discovery Centre's second annual Brain War, a challenge event focused on STEM subjects and the liberal arts.
Girl power: Dal group supports women in the sciences
March 6, 2015 8:30 AM
The Female Leaders in Academia group offers mentorship and support to women in Dal's Faculty of Agricuture. This weekend it hosts its first community outreach event: a workshop for junior high girls called "Girls Get Wise."
"A Dalhousie in which everyone belongs": Diversity and inclusiveness initiative releases action report
March 5, 2015 1:15 PM
The phase one committee for Dal's strategic initiative on diversity and inclusiveness has released its report, with recommendations for how Dalhousie can become a more respectful and inclusive place to work and study.