FASS students recieve awards at Annual Dalhousie Tigers celebration
Congratulations to all of this year's athletes, coaches, and volunteers!
Jessica Albee (French/Spanish) wins 2017 Prix du Consulat general de France dans les Provinces atlantiques
FASS student Jessica Albee wins two prizes at International Francophonie Day
Two Dalhousie political science students represent at Daughters of the Vote forum
Sarah Dobson (BA Honours in Political Science with a Minor in Economics) and Lydia Swiatkowski (BA Major in Political Science with Minors in Management and French) had the great opportunity to visit the House of Commons on National Women’s Day and took part in the Daughters of the Vote Leadership Forum.
MA in Musicology student Brittany Greening places in the Dalhousie finals of the 3MT competition
Brittany Greening's presentation on the importance of her thesis research on Patti Smith earned her a third place finish in the Dal competition.
Video recording of "President Trump: Now What?" panel event
This event, which was held at Dalhousie University on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 (two days before Trump's inauguration) featured two 75 minute panels with five speakers/experts on each panel addressing the lessons and implications of the US election.
Selling Schelling Short ‑ PhD candidate John Mitton awarded the 2016 Bernard Brodie Prize
Contemporary Security Policy awards the Bernard Brodie Prize annually to the author of an outstanding article published in the journal the previous year
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Finding his place
Thanks to a new practicum course at Dal, Harvard-bound Political Science student Zac Smith has been able to turn his interest in public policy into real-world experience.
"Children in adult wars": Lieutenant‑General Roméo Dallaire delivers Shaar Shalom Lecture
Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire delivered this year's Shaar Shalom Lecture at Dalhousie University on Wednesday night, inspiring the crowd with insight into his quest to end the recruitment and use of child soldiers.
Jazz between generations: Fountain School students perform with renowned Canadian musician
The Dalhousie Jazz Ensemble will perform with Canadian singer, pianist, composer and arranger Michael Kaeshammer at his upcoming Halifax concert on April 10 — a unique collaboration for all parties involved.
Making a scene: Fountain School star embraces bigger role
The variety of skills Zachary Comeau acquired in high school have served him well in the Fountain School of Performing Arts. Not only has he performed in several major productions but he’s also developing French-speaking improv programs and helping with Dal 200 projects.