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Kate Pepler (BA’16) is set to open Halifax’s first zero-waste café and store this fall — the latest chapter in her deep dedication to sustainability.  Read more.

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Fallon Bourgeois
Friday, June 15, 2018
Leg two of Dalhousie's Coast to Coast bus tour visited Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto last week, with hundreds of alumni turning out to celebrate the university's 200th anniversary. Check out the photos and highlights.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, May 10, 2018
When Dal alum Jeremy Dutcher (Music/Social Anthropology) came across century-old field recordings of his Wolastoqiyik ancestors’ songs, it set in motion a musical journey that would lead to one of the most buzzed-about albums in Canada this year.
Dawn Morrison
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Dal Chemistry professors Mary Anne White and Robert White started donating to Dalhousie to improve campus library holdings and make a difference in the academic lives of students. More than a quarter-century later, their generosity continues.

Archives - Alumni

Fallon Bourgeois
Thursday, July 5, 2018
Kate Pepler (BA’16) is set to open Halifax’s first zero-waste café and store this fall — the latest chapter in her deep dedication to sustainability.
Fallon Bourgeois
Friday, June 15, 2018
Leg two of Dalhousie's Coast to Coast bus tour visited Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto last week, with hundreds of alumni turning out to celebrate the university's 200th anniversary. Check out the photos and highlights.
Rebecca Rawcliffe
Thursday, June 7, 2018
For National Girls Learning Code Day last month, students and alumnae from Dal's Faculty of Computer Science helped girls across the country discover technology's possibilities.
Fallon Bourgeois and Naomi Hill
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Dalhousie Coast to Coast began its cross-country trek on the West Coast late last month, with alumni and friends coming together in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon and Winnipeg. See photos and highlights.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, May 10, 2018
When Dal alum Jeremy Dutcher (Music/Social Anthropology) came across century-old field recordings of his Wolastoqiyik ancestors’ songs, it set in motion a musical journey that would lead to one of the most buzzed-about albums in Canada this year.