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Dalhousie Sports Information  –  Sports
Monday, October 28, 2019
Tigers sweep banners at AUS cross country championships.
Dalhousie Sports Information  –  Sports
Monday, October 28, 2019
Cross country athletes Jonathan Goodridge and Catherine Thompson are this week's Dalhousie MUSCLE MLK Athletes of the Week.
Niecole Killawee  –  Research, Economics, Science
Friday, October 25, 2019
Economist Lars Osberg discusses economic inequality, insecurity, and well-being — topics that have dominated his distinguished research career, including in his latest award-winning book, "The Age of Increasing Inequality: The Astonishing Rise of Canada’s 1%"
Matt Reeder  –  Student Life, Architecture and Planning
Friday, October 25, 2019
As she adapts to life as a first-year student at Dalhousie, rising star Zamani Millar is doing so on the heels of her most successful year yet as a vocalist and musician.
Matt Reeder  –  Community & Culture, Arts and Social Sciences
Friday, October 25, 2019
Some of the world's most renowned Cuba experts gather at Dalhousie next week to explore the Cuban Revolution and its continued impacts on the island country and the world today.
Dalhousie Sports Information  –  Sports
Friday, October 25, 2019
Dalhousie's cross country team competes in the AUS championship this weekend.
Ernest Ng  –  Registrar, News
Thursday, October 24, 2019
Dal's Halifax campuses were a flurry of activity this past Saturday as more than 2,600 prospective students and guests came to get a glimpse of student life at Open House 2019.
Ajay Parasram  –  Sociology and Social Anthropology, Research, Arts and Social Sciences
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
The urgent issues facing Canada during the election are not less urgent now that the election is over, writes assisant professor Ajay Parasram. The prime minister is going to have to reinvent himself and commit to some important compromises.
Felicia Vachon  –  Science, Graduate Studies, Biology, Registrar
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Do animals have their own culture? PhD student Felicia Vachon, who is studying the culture of whales, argues that they do. She says understanding that may be one way to save them.
Stefanie Wilson  –  Research, Community & Culture
Monday, October 21, 2019
Resilience or reluctance: what is driving the policy behind how Atlantic Canada is preparing to adapt to climate change? That's what a panel of experts considered on campus last week, hosted by the MacEachen Institute.