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Solving a "pressing" problem in rural Africa

Engineering student Keilah Bias and her team won first place at a major design competition last month for an innovative charcoal press designed and refined to help a Kenyan village produce fuel more efficiently and sustainably.  Read more.

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Nicole LeBlanc
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
A team of undergrad and graduate students from Dal's Department of Earth Sciences won first place in the 77th Annual International FIELD challenge held in Madrid, Spain last month.
Emma Skagen
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
We spoke with the incoming Dalhousie Student Union president about his time at Dalhousie and his goals for the upcoming year.
Marie Visca
Friday, May 8, 2015
Renovations are getting underway on the Dalhousie Student Union Building. The work represents a major overhaul that will increase student space and create a new "society hub."

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Emily Colin
Monday, August 24, 2015
Duncan MacIntosh is a regular contributor to the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, a U.S.-based think tank, and often brings its topics and debates back to Halifax for his students to consider.
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.
Jennifer Moore
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Engineering student Keilah Bias and her team won first place at a major design competition last month for an innovative charcoal press designed and refined to help a Kenyan village produce fuel more efficiently and sustainably.
Communications & Marketing
Thursday, July 23, 2015
In advance of Saturday's Pride Parade, we ask members of the planning committee, "What's your pride?"
Marie Visca
Monday, July 20, 2015
With facilities such as the Wallace McCain Learning Commons and Collaborative Health Education Building set to open this fall, and several other projects getting underway, Dalhousie's Campus Master Plan is shaping how the university addresses the space needs of its students, faculty and staff.