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Belong Forum preview: 5 things you should know about Craig Steven Wilder

Belong Forum preview: 5 things you should know about Craig Steven Wilder

Dal 200’s "Year of Belonging" is welcoming its first Belong Forum speaker March 1. Learn about how MIT historian Craig Steven Wilder's work is sparking important discussions and debates about race, slavery and higher education in North America.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Tuesday’s Bicentennial Launch offered a journey through Dalhousie University’s 200-year history, with the poetry of George Elliott Clarke as its guide. Featuring artistic talents from across the Dal community, the event was a showcase of the university’s two centuries of achievement with an eye towards its promising future.
Staff
Friday, February 9, 2018
On Monday George Elliott Clarke performed his epic poem “The Story of Dalhousie,” commissioned for the university’s bicentennial, in full at Halifax’s City Hall — the site of Dalhousie’s first campus two centuries ago.
Ryan McNutt
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Dalhousie Originals will highlight a different individual from the university's 200-year history each week during 2018. Learn more about how the Originals were chosen, how their stories and videos were produced (with the help of Fountain School student performers, pictured), and what to expect from the university’s signature storytelling project for its anniversary year.

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Matt Reeder
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Dal 200’s "Year of Belonging" is welcoming its first Belong Forum speaker March 1. Learn about how MIT historian Craig Steven Wilder's work is sparking important discussions and debates about race, slavery and higher education in North America.
Staff
Friday, February 9, 2018
On Monday George Elliott Clarke performed his epic poem “The Story of Dalhousie,” commissioned for the university’s bicentennial, in full at Halifax’s City Hall — the site of Dalhousie’s first campus two centuries ago.
Danny Abriel and Nick Pearce
Thursday, February 8, 2018
Visual highlights — from the stage and behind the scenes — of the first big signature event of Dalhousie's 200th anniversary.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Member of Parliament Andy Fillmore paid tribute to his alma mater in the House of Commons Monday afternoon, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared well-wishes for Dal's 200th anniversary via video as part of Tuesday's Bicentennial Launch event. The Prime Minister also recently celebrated Dr. Afua Cooper as part of his statement for Black History Month.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Tuesday’s Bicentennial Launch offered a journey through Dalhousie University’s 200-year history, with the poetry of George Elliott Clarke as its guide. Featuring artistic talents from across the Dal community, the event was a showcase of the university’s two centuries of achievement with an eye towards its promising future.