Sharing the season – A Dal holiday card

- December 11, 2012

Students Maggie Hua and Alex Jiang, both from China, pose for their closeup. (Nick Pearce photo)
Students Maggie Hua and Alex Jiang, both from China, pose for their closeup. (Nick Pearce photo)

The team at Communications and Marketing has created a Dalhousie holiday video card, featuring students, staff and faculty from around the world sharing their greetings for the season.

Watch the video below, or share with your friends, family and colleagues at


(In order of appearance)

  • Daan Janssen & Niels Jansen, visiting students, Management (both from The Netherlands)
  • Danuta Illow; staff, Procurement; Jacek Ilow, faculty, Engineering (both from Poland)
  • Sundari Pashupathi, staff, Human Resources (India)
  • Natan Adelman, student, Kinesiology (Israel)
  • Will Yengue, students, Economics (Cameroon)
  • Maya Churbaji, staff, Human Resources (Syria)
  • Ivonne Paez, staff, Human Resources (Colombia)
  • Rafaela Andrade, PhD student, Medicine/Biochemistry (Brazil)
  • Maggie Hua, student, Commerce; Alex Jiang, student, Science (both from China)
  • Christina Graham-Dwyer, student, Sociology & Social Anthropology; Kayla Hoffman-Rogers, student, Neuroscience (both from Canada)
  • Gabriela Quinza, student, Economics/French (Mexico); Jose Tangarife, student, Economics (Colombia).
  • Khash Pourhamzeh, student, Neuroscience; Mahta Safari, student, Architecture; Masoumeh Sharafimasooleh, student, Civil Engineering; Yasaman Eskandari, student, Management (all from Iran)
  • Meela Auaduer, student, Commerce (Malaysia)

Thanks to everyone who helped make this video possible. Here's glimpse behind the scenes of the shoot:


  • Produced by Firefly Digital (Tracy Bennett & Julian Gibb)
  • Stylist: Nadine Beed
  • Creative Director: Fran Ornstein
  • Art Director: Brenna MacNeil
  • Photographer: Nick Pearce (And special thank you to Nick's daughter Alicia for lending us Frosty the Snowman and the Nutcracker)
  • Production Coordinator: Natasha White


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