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  • Scholarships make a difference for students making a difference
    Inaugural Margaret R. Crickard Scholarship recipients Samantha Howard and Selam Abdella, both International Development Studies students, have worked hard to get to the fourth year of their degrees, exemplifying the values of academic achievement and community involvement.
  • Afua Cooper wins Portia White Prize
    Poet, author and professor Afua Cooper took home one of Nova Scotia’s top artistic honours at the Creative Nova Scotia Awards gala this past weekend — one of multiple Dal award recipients at this year’s celebration of Nova Scotian artistic excellence.
  • Out North: Sharing the collection of Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives
    Fountain School of Performing Arts alum Craig Jennex's recent book Out North: An Archive of Queer Activism and Kinship in Canada, which he co-authored with Nisha Eswaran, shares items from the collection of The ArQuives: Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives to illustrate the story of LGBTQ2+ politics in Canada.
  • Reimagine NS profile: Create and Commemorate
    In our fifth and final profile highlighting Dal's five Reimagine NS reports, we get insight from the authors of the Create and Commemorate report about how the creative and performing arts have a role to play in healing the harms of 2020.
  • Creating a "safe space for white questions"
    It’s not always easy to talk about race and racism. That’s why Ajay Parasram, an assistant professor at Dal, created Safe Space for White Questions — a monthly drop-in session that encourages friendly and considerate conversation aimed at helping people better understand the impact of existing racial structures.
  • Ask an expert: Brian Bow on how the outcome of the U.S. presidential election could impact Canada
    No matter what happens in the U.S. presidential election, Canada will be impacted. The director of Dalhousie’s Centre for the Study of Security and Development explores three different scenarios that could arise from the Nov. 3 election.
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  • Scholarships make a difference for students making a difference
    Inaugural Margaret R. Crickard Scholarship recipients Samantha Howard and Selam Abdella, both International Development Studies students, have worked hard to get to the fourth year of their degrees, exemplifying the values of academic achievement and community involvement.
  • Afua Cooper wins Portia White Prize
    Poet, author and professor Afua Cooper took home one of Nova Scotia’s top artistic honours at the Creative Nova Scotia Awards gala this past weekend — one of multiple Dal award recipients at this year’s celebration of Nova Scotian artistic excellence.
  • Out North: Sharing the collection of Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives
    Fountain School of Performing Arts alum Craig Jennex's recent book Out North: An Archive of Queer Activism and Kinship in Canada, which he co-authored with Nisha Eswaran, shares items from the collection of The ArQuives: Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives to illustrate the story of LGBTQ2+ politics in Canada.
  • Reimagine NS profile: Create and Commemorate
    In our fifth and final profile highlighting Dal's five Reimagine NS reports, we get insight from the authors of the Create and Commemorate report about how the creative and performing arts have a role to play in healing the harms of 2020.