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.
Lights! Camera! Connection!
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.
Philosophy student brings creativity, compassion to considering Canada's prison system
PhD student Tiffany Gordon links her research on equality and responsibility in the justice system with her community work — from facilitating creative writing workshops in correctional facilities to organizing events for Prisoners’ Justice Day.
LAWRENCE D STOKES SEMINAR: 'Profits, Savings, Peace, Order:' Prostitution, Urban Planning and Imperial Identity in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1898-1912
September 22, 2017 3:30 PM
LAWRENCE D STOKES SEMINAR: From Slave Code to Slave Constitution: African Enslaveability, White Supremacy, and the Seventeenth-Century Barbados Slave Laws
September 29, 2017 3:30 PM
LAWRENCE D STOKES SEMINAR: The Rules and Uses of Patronage at Confederation: The Memoirs of P.S. Hamilton
October 6, 2017 3:30 PM
October 10, 2017 7:30 PM
Halifax Explosion Commemoration Event (Art exhibit opening and panel)
October 11, 2017 6:00 PM