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  • Province joins cast for Dal’s Performing Arts Campaign
    The Province of Nova Scotia has signed on to play a leading role in the $38.5-million expansion and revitalization of the Dalhousie Arts Centre, with Premier Stephen McNeil announcing the government's $10M contribution to Dal's Performing Arts Campaign.
  • A dialogue spanning time and tradition
    Dal alum Jeremy Dutcher (Music/Social Anthropology) is the 2018 winner of Canada’s prestigious Polaris Music Prize. Read our profile of Dutcher and learn how century-old field recordings of his Wolastoqiyik ancestors’ songs set in motion a musical journey that would lead to one of the most acclaimed albums of the year.
  • Dal authors highlighted at Halifax Word on the Street fest
    As part of the university's 200th anniversary celebrations, Dal Libraries are presenting a special "Dal 200 Author Stage" as part of the Halifax Word on the Street festival Saturday, September 15, featuring a collection of authors, poets and scholars with Dal connections.
  • Renowned historian Margaret Conrad to receive honorary degree at Fall Convocation
    Dalhousie will host four Fall Convocation ceremonies on October 1 and 2, and joining the university's newest class of graduates will be UNB Professor Emerita Dr. Margaret Conrad, a trailblazer in reshaping our understanding of the history of Atlantic Canada and Canada as a whole.
  • Discovering what she wants to do
    Not everyone takes a direct path through university. It's taken Vanessa Thomas some time to figure out where she's headed — but with her sights set on Pharmacy studies after her Arts degree, she's making the most of her journey.
  • Our Killam Scholars: In the shadow of the dam
    Susan Manning, Killam Scholar and PhD candidate in Political Science, is using the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam in her home province of Newfoundland and Labrador as a case study on how such projects affect overlooked local communities.
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  • Province joins cast for Dal’s Performing Arts Campaign
    The Province of Nova Scotia has signed on to play a leading role in the $38.5-million expansion and revitalization of the Dalhousie Arts Centre, with Premier Stephen McNeil announcing the government's $10M contribution to Dal's Performing Arts Campaign.
  • A dialogue spanning time and tradition
    Dal alum Jeremy Dutcher (Music/Social Anthropology) is the 2018 winner of Canada’s prestigious Polaris Music Prize. Read our profile of Dutcher and learn how century-old field recordings of his Wolastoqiyik ancestors’ songs set in motion a musical journey that would lead to one of the most acclaimed albums of the year.
  • Dal authors highlighted at Halifax Word on the Street fest
    As part of the university's 200th anniversary celebrations, Dal Libraries are presenting a special "Dal 200 Author Stage" as part of the Halifax Word on the Street festival Saturday, September 15, featuring a collection of authors, poets and scholars with Dal connections.
  • Renowned historian Margaret Conrad to receive honorary degree at Fall Convocation
    Dalhousie will host four Fall Convocation ceremonies on October 1 and 2, and joining the university's newest class of graduates will be UNB Professor Emerita Dr. Margaret Conrad, a trailblazer in reshaping our understanding of the history of Atlantic Canada and Canada as a whole.