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Lest we forget: Five things to know about Dal during the World Wars

Lest we forget: Five things to know about Dal during the World Wars

Ahead of Remembrance Day weekend, take a look back at what Dalhousie was like during the two World Wars, from field hospitals at the front to soaring post-war enrolment that changed the university forever.  Read more.

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Stefanie Wilson
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.
Michele Charlton
Monday, October 21, 2019
A group of high-school students from Sacred Heart School of Halifax recently had the opportunity to visit the Emera ideaHUB and learn how an idea can be transformed into a marketable product.
Andrea McKay
Thursday, September 26, 2019
Nearly 300 Dalhousie business students and 120 employer partners representing 40 different organizations came together in early September for Rowe Networking Night, an epic evening of networking on campus.

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Staff
Friday, November 8, 2019
Ahead of Remembrance Day weekend, take a look back at what Dalhousie was like during the two World Wars, from field hospitals at the front to soaring post-war enrolment that changed the university forever.
Stephanie Rogers
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
From the day the Masstown Market opened, Eric Jennings made his customers his top priority. His family legacy extends to Dalhousie, with an endowed bursary to support Agriculture students who aspire to start or expand a family business in Atlantic Canada.
Matt Reeder
Friday, November 1, 2019
International students at Dal will soon have another avenue for honing their career-building skills and gaining valuable work experience through a new pilot program launching early next year.
Ernest Ng
Thursday, October 31, 2019
While one might think that a liking for horror movies is simply about preference, there is in fact a lot of science behind it, explains Dal professor Simon Sherry.
Matt Reeder
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.