FASS sings big for the holidays
Photos and videos from a special "Jingle Bell Rock"-ing edition of The Big Sing, a local drop-in singing event run by two Dal alumni, co-hosted by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
EU ambassador visits Dal to discuss strategic partnership with Canada
Peteris Ustubs, the European Union Ambassador to Canada, was on campus last month for a campus talk, sponsored by Dalhousie's Jean Monnet European Union Centre of Excellence.
52 stories of achievement: Dal set to celebrate its "Originals" in 2018
Dalhousie Originals will highlight a different individual from Dal’s 200-year history each week during 2018. Learn more about how the Originals were chosen, how their stories and videos were produced, and what to expect from the university’s signature storytelling project for its anniversary year.
Dual passions lead to dual degrees
Pursing two master's degrees at once would be a daunting task for both. But for Becky Shaw, completing degrees in Library & Information Studies and Musicology concurrently was a perfect fit.
Preparing to project her voice
For third-year Acting student Maeghan Taverner, her Dal experience has been about more than discovering her voice — it's about discovering what she can do with it.
Inspired by resilience
Claire Seremba's interest in issues around gender and women's studies stems from her experience in her home country of Uganda, but has only grown while studying International Development Studies in Halifax.
Surrounded by sound
The Dalhousie Symphony Orchestra's Dec. 3 show, "Commemoration & Celebration," is both a reflection on the 100 year anniversary of the Halifax Explosion and a tribute to retiring Dalhousie professor and pianist Lynn Stodola.
The social revolution: Fountain School students present classic Restoration comedy
The Fountain School of Performing Arts continues its 2017-18 season this week with The Man of Mode, a Restoration comedy by George Etherege.
Salamanca Study Abroad Programme
Spanish Lounge, McCain #3004
March 16, 2017