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  • Building a village
    May 3, 2018 8:30 AM
    Kinesiology student Maya Biderman dove headlong into research, athletics and extracurricular life at Dal, discovering a passion for Indigenous health issues along the way. Now, she’s getting set to begin master’s research with a prestigious Killam Scholarship in hand.
  • A clean sweep: Dal students turn gold medal curling dreams into reality
    March 15, 2018 8:30 AM
    Four Dal undergrads are on top of the curling world this week, as the team skipped by Arts student Kaitlyn Jones won the gold medal for Canada at the 2018 World Junior Curling Championships.

HAHP News

  • How does marginalization affect people? Rachele Manett, master’s student in the Leisure Studies program asks herself this question regularly in her work as a peer educator with Dal’s Human Rights and Equity Services (HRES) office and in her research as a graduate student.
  • Learning what she needs to succeed: As a mature student, Health Promotion student Jade Kelly, feels she’s far more organized than she would have been at a younger age. She admits, though, that university has taken some getting used to.
  • Making the most of what she learned at home: In many ways, it’s what Kinesiology student Fola Akpan brought from home that’s shaping her university experience.