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Oceans students dive into the mysteries of the Red Sea

Eight Dalhousie Ocean Sciences students skipped their holiday break this year to travel to Israel and study the Gulf of Eilat, which offers a marine environment unlike anywhere else in the world.  Read more.

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Matt Semansky
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Informatics and IDS student Amina Abawajy is raising funds and awareness to fight famine in Ethiopia.
Matt Semansky
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Minho Choi and a group of classmates produced three songs and a music video in Dal's Development and Activism course to raise awareness about North Korea’s human rights abuses.
Cheryl Bell
Friday, January 29, 2016
The newly formed Halifax Dentistry Student Society for Refugees is working with community partners to sponsor a refugee family for their first year in Canada.

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Nikki Comeau
Monday, February 8, 2016
Eight Dalhousie Ocean Sciences students skipped their holiday break this year to travel to Israel and study the Gulf of Eilat, which offers a marine environment unlike anywhere else in the world.
Matt Semansky
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Informatics and IDS student Amina Abawajy is raising funds and awareness to fight famine in Ethiopia.
Jenna Knorr
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
The one-day Dal Lead! conference brought together more than 300 students and staff to learn from community partners, alumni, and each other.
Matt Semansky
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Minho Choi and a group of classmates produced three songs and a music video in Dal's Development and Activism course to raise awareness about North Korea’s human rights abuses.
Marie Visca
Friday, January 29, 2016
Dal Public Administration students organized and hosted last week's Atlantic Conference on Public Administration (APCA), which included a First Nations skills workshop and engaging debates about the impact of the "sharing economy."