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After 63 years, alum fulfills dream of Bachelor of Arts degree

After 63 years, alum fulfills dream of Bachelor of Arts degree

A lot can change over the course of earning a degree at Dalhousie. Just ask Ken Clark. He finally completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at 83 — Dal’s oldest grad this year.  Read more.

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Alison DeLory
Thursday, June 6, 2024
Alumni returned to Dal late last month amidst the buzz of Spring Convocation, participating in a champagne brunch, mentorship mixers, Faculty-organized tours, panel discussions, the awarding of alumni awards, and more.
Jodi Reid
Thursday, May 2, 2024
The Master of Planning Class of 2008 have created a scholarship to honour classmate Jen Powley’s (MPlan’09) legacy of advocacy and to bring more diverse voices to their field.
Mark Campbell
Wednesday, June 5, 2024
Six events and more than 4,500 kilometres later, the promise of Dalhousie's campaign for transformational change is starting to be fulfilled.

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Connor Dalton
Monday, July 15, 2024
Home has always meant safe haven for Michael Kabalen and his family. Now, as executive director of the Affordable Housing Association of Nova Scotia, he's working to provide Nova Scotians with better access to affordable housing.
Mark Campbell
Friday, July 5, 2024
A lot can change over the course of earning a degree at Dalhousie. Just ask Ken Clark. He finally completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at 83 — Dal’s oldest grad this year.
Mark Campbell
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
When Dalhousie announced the launch of Bringing Worlds Together, a $750-million campaign for transformational change, it made history with the largest fundraising initiative ever among Atlantic Canadian universities. By inspiring future-ready leaders, engaging in high-impact research, and lifting communities, the university aims to make a better world, too.
Mark Campbell
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
A new biomanufacturing facility envisioned by the Faculty of Medicine will help bring ideas for life-changing medicines out of the lab to patients’ bedsides.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, June 25, 2024
Generations of Dalhousie's Rhodes Scholars are a force for good.