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Join Dal Health at the Halifax Pride Parade!
Be a part of Dalhousie University's Pride Parade float entry!
Join your Faculty of Health colleagues at the Halifax Pride Parade on Saturday, July 20, 2019.
We're looking for students, staff, faculty, alumni and family/friends to join the Dal contingent in this year's Pride Parade. Anyone interested in decorating the float can meet us at 10:00 am and those interested in marching in the parade can join at 12:00 pm in the parking lot at 2240 Valour Way (just past Casino Nova Scotia).
Not interested in marching in the parade? DPMG will be hosting the Dal viewing area in front of the Medjuck Architecture Building (5410 Spring Garden Road, next to the Halifax Central Library). Join in the fun from 12:00 - 1:30 pm for button making, face painting and freezies!
Dal Pride hats will be available for those marching and a limited number will be at the viewing station.
There are a lot of other great campus Pride events happening:
- Studley Campus Flag Raising - Thursday, July 18th
- Dal Pride Kickoff Film Screening Gen Silent - Thursday, July 18th
- Security Services freezie & condom give away - multi-day event
- Halifax Pride Parade & Dal Viewing Area - Saturday, July 20th
- Body Positive Beach Day with the DSU - Sunday, July 21st
- QFSC Lunch & Learn - Tuesday, July 23rd. Join Dalhousie's Queer Faculty & Staff Caucus for a panel-style Lunch and Learn! Location: University Club Pub, lower level. 6259 Alumni Cres. Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm
- Ellen Page documentary on environmental racism in Nova Scotia to screen at TIFF
- Back to basics: PhD in Health student researching cognitive benefits of loose parts play
- Dalhousie researcher hopes to create new mental health service for black women
- How a Halifax student’s research informed a comic book about queer men’s body image
- Halifax university researchers on the importance of risk in child’s play
- Summer of PLEY harkens back to days of free‑play
- Dal Health welcomes Dr. Brenda Merritt as Dean
- Dal Health researchers collaborate with NSHA to improve the lives of those with chronic conditions