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  • Keeping the Pan‑African spirit alive at Dalhousie and beyond
    At a panel event hosted by the Black Student Advising Centre as part of African Heritage Month, Dal faculty Chike Jeffers and Isaac Saney discussed the pan-African movement and its relevance today.
  • Dallaire Initiative announces national program on child soldiers in South Sudan with $3 million grant from Canadian government
    A three year capacity building project will see the Dal-hosted Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative work with international and national security forces to end the recruitment and use of child soldiers in South Sudan.
  • Greatest hits
    The Fountain School of Performing Arts presents its annual Concerto Night this week, an eclectic and exceptional evening of music.
  • Poetry meets history at City Hall performance
    On Monday George Elliott Clarke performed his epic poem “The Story of Dalhousie,” commissioned for the university’s bicentennial, in full at Halifax’s City Hall — the site of Dalhousie’s first campus two centuries ago.
  • Something appealing, something appalling: Fountain School presents The Piper
    A novel take on the infamous story of the Pied Piper, Colleen Murphy's play offers students in the Fountain School with an exciting canvas. The production runs from February 6-10.
  • Helping performing arts students soar
    Fountain School Administrative Officer Lesley Brechin (BA’90) didn’t set out to create a legacy at Dal, but she is doing exactly that. Her dedicated work and philanthropy to the Fountain School of Performing Arts is shaping cultural space on campus and in the community.
  • Music students share "Schubertiade" with the community
    During his lifetime, the music of Austrian composor Franz Schubert was most often performed at small gatherings dubbed "Schubertiades." This weekend, students in Dal's Fountain School of Performing Arts will bring the Schubertiade into the 21st century with a special performance event in the community, aligned with Dal's 200th anniversary.
  • Countering hate in the digital age
    Shoah Foundation Executive Director Stephen D. Smith delivered this year's Shaar Shalom Lecture at Dalhousie last Wednesday night, discussing the power of human testimony to combat hate in the global community.

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