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  • Ensuring a perfect fit
    When Nova Scotia’s new Lieutenant Governor needed his civil uniform altered for his first Speech from the Throne this fall, it was Dalhousie Costume Studies professor Anneke Henderson who got the call.
  • Dal brings art, wonder and research to Halifax's Nocturne festival
    From musical curling to a disorienting architectural experience, there are lots of unique Dal-led experiences on tap for this Saturday's Nocturne: Art at Night festival in Halifax.
  • Meet the 2017 Dalhousie Alumni Award recipients
    Get to know the five outstanding individuals receiving Dal’s top alumni honours as part of this week’s Homecoming festivities: George Elliott Clarke (Lifetime Achievement Award), Susan Keating-Bekkers (A. Gordon Archibald Award for volunteer service to Dal), Omar Gandhi (Christopher J. Coulter Award for recent graduates) and Loran Morrison (Volunteerism Award).
  • Fountain School season kicks off with tale of human transformation
    Dal’s Fountain School of Performing Arts ushers in its 2017-2018 season this week with a stage production of “Orlando,” a Virginia Woolf classic.
  • Improvising with musical intent
    Music student Hsiu-Ping (Patrick) Wu believes in the power of getting out of one’s comfort zone. This weekend, he takes part in the Society of Dalhousie Music Students' Nocturne exhibition “Sculptures,” an improvised performance at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
  • The Conversation: Why we should listen to people angry about their taxes
    Finance Minister Bill Morneau is not the first Canadian politician to hold the job who’s been confronted with outrage over tax reform proposals. Dal historian Shirley Tillotson looks at the history of tax anger in Canada.
  • Enriching Dal's student community
    Fourth-year International Development Studies student Grace Carline volunteers her time supporting students who come to Dal from around the world — experiences that have inspired her commitment to supporting diverse cultures and communities.
  • Finding her rhythm
    Musicology student Tamar Dina is the founder of Music Liberatory, a program that brings together women from all walks of life to learn and explore music.

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