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  • Bright lights, festive city: Dal set for Halifax Parade of Lights
    November 16, 2018 8:30 AM
    The holiday season gets a Dal 200 kickstart this weekend as the university's entry in the Chronicle Herald Parade of Lights — led by students in the School of Architecture — will be accompanied by a special Fountain School soundtrack. Learn more about what's in store.
  • Memorial monuments
    November 16, 2018 8:30 AM
    From the Archives: Across campus, you’ll find several tributes on campus to those who served in the World Wars — but a look through Dal’s history finds plans for even larger tributes, including a cenotaph, that never quite came to be.
  • Wrapping a bow on Dal 200
    November 16, 2018 8:30 AM
    Come to our Dal 200 wrap-up event on November 29 — a shared celebration of all who've helped make Dal’s anniversary year possible. The event will include food, song and the chance to contribute to the Dal 200 time capsule.
  • Meet the leadership team: Teri Balser, Provost and Vice‑President Academic
    November 15, 2018 8:30 AM
    Having just arrived at Dal earlier this month from Australia, new Provost Teri Balser is getting to know the university and inspired by what she’s seen so far. Learn more about Teri — from her early days on campus to her musical hobbies — and how you can contribute to helping shape Dal’s priorities going forward.
  • Hidden in plain sight: Dal evolutionary biologists uncover a new branch on the Tree of Life
    November 15, 2018 8:30 AM
    A Dal-led study published in the journal Nature outlines how the genes of little-known microbes found in a sample of dirt place these organisms outside of all known biological kingdoms — a significant discovery for those examining how complex-celled life evolved on Earth.

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