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by Heather Humphries  –  Community & Culture
Monday, January 31, 2005
An innovative play raises funds for tsunami relief during a local hockey game.
Dal News Staff  –  Community & Culture
Monday, January 31, 2005
Dalhousie engineering student Rosalie Hanlon is active in a national student campaign to support long-term relief efforts.
by Maria McGowan  –  Community & Culture
Monday, January 31, 2005
Retired engineer Don Fraser is offering his fisheries expertise to assist coastal regions of Sri Lanka that were devastated by the tsunami.
by Kristen Loyst  –  Community & Culture
Monday, January 31, 2005
Two members of the Dalhousie community have contributed on a large scale, helping to organize Concert for Asia.
by Keri Irwin  –  Community & Culture
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Ever since she was a little girl, Kiera Aitken has dreamed about swimming at the Olympics, and this past summer, her wish became reality.
by Michelle Williams  –  Community & Culture
Friday, January 21, 2005
The Indigenous Black and Mi'kmaq (IB&M) Programme at the Dalhousie Law School is celebrating a 15th anniversary.
by Maria McGowan  –  Community & Culture
Friday, January 21, 2005
It is resolved that Dal's debating society, Sodales has hosted a successful invitational tournament. 
by Krista Olmstead  –  News
Wednesday, January 19, 2005
You may unknowingly have tracking software installed on your computer that allows an outside company to track all of your internet activity. There is currently new computer software being installed on people's computers when they click on certain banner advertising by a company called Marketscore.   Marketscore, a marketing and research company, has placed banner ads on the internet claiming to increase a user's internet speed when they click on a link. However, once a user clicks on the link, a program is placed on the user's computer which allows Marketscore to monitor the user's entire Internet behavior, which includes normal web browsing, and also any secure activities, such as VISA payment sites.
by Kristen Loyst  –  Research
Monday, January 17, 2005
It may have been one of the most interesting grant applications ever written. Two Dalhousie researchers wanted to purchase high-powered computer equipment to further their research, yet their names will probably never appear together on any paper or project. 
by Catherine Young  –  Community & Culture
Tuesday, January 11, 2005
Over 300 attend a DSU organized benefit concert.