Philosophy student brings creativity, compassion to considering Canada's prison system
PhD student Tiffany Gordon links her research on equality and responsibility in the justice system with her community work — from facilitating creative writing workshops in correctional facilities to organizing events for Prisoners’ Justice Day.
Students and researchers come to Halifax from around the world for unique summer course on migration and identity
Students from Canada, Australia and the Netherlands attended the first The International Summer Institute on Migration and Identity last month, hosted by partners including Dalhousie and the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21.
Putting in the work
History student Alyshia Scott's Dal experience has taught her about drive, determination and being accountable for one's own success — whether in the classroom or working on campus in summer accommodations.
Meet this year's Dalhousie teaching award winners
Dalhousie’s teachers make a difference in the lives of our students each and every day. Get to know the eight impressive individuals who are being recognized with this year’s University-Wide Teaching Awards.
Grad profile: A designer degree
Tiana Kira has developed her eye for detail in Dal's Costume Studies program, working her way into a job with a global custom bridal design company based in Halifax.
Grad profile: Raising a joyful noise
Jack Bennet, taking a double major in Music and Environment, Sustainability & Society, builds community through music with his role in organizations like Halifax's The Big Sing.
Grads profile: Twin sisters, dedicated RAs
Twin sisters Emily and Felicia Halliday may have taken different courses at Dal, but they've been united in their commitment to supporting their fellow Dal students as Residence Assistants.
Setting the stage for the future: Dalhousie Arts Centre expansion draws support from Canadian artists
Under the leadership of Honorary Chair Sarah McLachlan, a stellar group of performing artists from across Canada have come together to support the $27.7-million expansion to the Dalhousie Arts Centre.