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Misha Noble-Hearle  –  French, Arts and Social Sciences, News
Friday, January 30, 2015
An exciting new course in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences explores popular representations of the end of the world — from A (apocalypse) to Z (zombies).
Jennifer Moore  –  Student Life, Engineering, Industrial Engineering
Friday, January 30, 2015
Dal students' video tribute to Halifax, soundtracked by Pharrell Williams' "Happy," isn't only a hit locally: it was part of their big win at a national student conference.
Robyn McCallum  –  Research, Agriculture, International
Friday, January 30, 2015
Dal's Faculty of Agriculture is focused on building agricultural capacities around the globe, from Nova Scotia to Ethiopia.
Duncan Forbes  –  Sports
Friday, January 30, 2015
In case you haven't heard, Courtney Thompson is on an absolute tear this season on the women's basketball team.
Miriam Breslow  –  News, Student Life, Computer Science, Management
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Two of Dal's Starting Lean alumni have been selected as part of the 2015 class of The Next 36, an elite program for young entrepreneurs.
Dan Wolley  –  Research, Agriculture
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Faculty of Agriculture grad student Carolyn Wilson looks to increase potato yields through stronger, more compost-based soils.
Graeme Gunn  –  Student Life, News
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
With demand at an all-time high, Counselling Services is addressing wait times by increasing its supports for students.
Jenna Knorr  –  Student Life, Community & Culture
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Student Society Profile: Bobby MacPherson started Dal Gets REAL to join a national movement working to end LGBTQ discrimination.
Jenna Knorr  –  Student Life, Community & Culture
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Dalhousie Legal Aid Services often flies under the radar, but it provides important services to Dal students, to those in need in Halifax, and to the law students learning on the job.
Kaity D'Agostino  –  Student Life
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
At first glance Devene Sinclair looks like your average 19-year-old. However, the first-year engineering student is anything but.