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Finding her rhythm

Finding her rhythm

Musicology student Tamar Dina is the founder of Music Liberatory, a program that brings together women from all walks of life to learn and explore music.  Read more.

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Xavier Hartley
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Formerly the Aboriginal Student Centre, the Indigenous Student Centre is now located on Edward Street and is welcoming new advisor Michele Graveline.
Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Theatre student Michelle Raine, who has a featured role in the short film “Pearls” debuting at this week's Atlantic International Film Festival, is discovering that success as an actor is all about connections — both on stage and off.
Molly Marcott
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
We spoke to some of this year's incoming students about why they chose Dal, what they're most looking forward to this year, and what the university's upcoming 200th anniversary milestone means to them.

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Carter Hutton
Thursday, September 21, 2017
The Dal community was treated to the soulful sounds of Daniel Caesar and the indie-rock punch of Wintersleep as part of DalFest's 10th annual weekend music extravaganza.
Xavier Hartley
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Formerly the Aboriginal Student Centre, the Indigenous Student Centre is now located on Edward Street and is welcoming new advisor Michele Graveline.
Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Musicology student Tamar Dina is the founder of Music Liberatory, a program that brings together women from all walks of life to learn and explore music.
Cherry Au
Friday, September 15, 2017
More than 240 Dal students, staff and faculty turned out last Saturday for the 10th annual Community Day, an event that links volunteers with opportunities to give back in the local community.
Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Theatre student Michelle Raine, who has a featured role in the short film “Pearls” debuting at this week's Atlantic International Film Festival, is discovering that success as an actor is all about connections — both on stage and off.