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Together again: Scenes from around Dal as campuses spring back to life

Together again: Scenes from around Dal as campuses spring back to life

Dalhousie’s campuses are buzzing with activity these days as students, staff and faculty arrive at the university, some for the first time ever. Take a tour around campus to see what it looks like to be together again.  Read more.

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Dawn Morrison
Monday, August 30, 2021
When students, faculty and staff return to the Dal campus in the coming days, it’ll be hard to miss a large, new addition to the Carleton Quad — a large, wedding-style tent open to anyone in the Dal Health and Med communities that serves as an innovative, temporary solution to reduced gathering spaces.
Anne Swan
Friday, August 27, 2021
As housing heats up as one of the most pressing concerns in Halifax and across the country, a new course in Dalhousie's School of Planning is set to introduce students to the issues that inform housing policy in Canada.
Matt Reeder
Monday, June 14, 2021
A small ground-breaking ceremony was held last week for Dal's new pollinator garden, a project produced by the Dalhousie Art Gallery in collaboration with members of the Indigenous Advisory Council as a tribute to the late Mike MacDonald — a queer Mi'kmaq artist.

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Stephen Abbott
Friday, September 17, 2021
EnviroVote, first launched by a Dal prof before the 2019 Canadian federal election, has been refreshed to reflect political parties' positions going into the 2021 election.
Genevieve MacIntyre
Friday, September 10, 2021
This Saturday morning, be sure to tune into CBC’s This Is My Music with Tom Allen to hear Patricia Creighton, flute instructor in Dalhousie’s Fountain School of Performing Arts and Principal Flautist with Symphony Nova Scotia, share some of the music that moves her.
Stefanie Wilson
Friday, September 10, 2021
Experts from the Centre for Learning and Teaching discuss the skills, resources and opportunities that came out of the past year and how instructors are making the most of them this year.
Fallon Bourgeois
Thursday, September 9, 2021
Through representing First Nations children, David Taylor’s (LLB’12) work has led to their having greater access to educational support, medical equipment and mental health services. His commitment to giving back is what makes the foundation that supported his scholarship proud.
Alison DeLory
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Launched in September 2020, the online community has attracted more than 585 volunteers, including alumni, donors and friends of Dal who provide monthly feedback to the Office of Advancement on a variety of topics, initiatives and programs.