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Passing the torch: Dal community kicks off African Heritage Month

Passing the torch: Dal community kicks off African Heritage Month

Legacies of past African Nova Scotian leaders loomed large over the proceedings at Dal's African Heritage Month launch event, which featured several inspiring speeches and the raising of the Pan-African Flag.  Read more.

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Niecole Comeau
Thursday, February 16, 2017
It began as a “back of the van” operation with a Dal Physics professor at the wheel. Now, at its new waterfront location, Halifax’s Discovery Centre is set to inspire a whole new generation of young people with fun, hands-on science.
Annie Shannon-Dwyer
Friday, February 10, 2017
Dal's residences are competing in the fifth annual Ecolympics from February 6-19, tracking their water and energy consumption in real time.
Matt Semansky
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Psychology and Neuroscience faculty member Jason Chatman was one of three speakers at a panel in honour of African Heritage Month this week, hosted by the Black Student Advising Centre.

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Niecole Comeau
Thursday, February 16, 2017
It began as a “back of the van” operation with a Dal Physics professor at the wheel. Now, at its new waterfront location, Halifax’s Discovery Centre is set to inspire a whole new generation of young people with fun, hands-on science.
Matt Semansky
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Psychology and Neuroscience faculty member Jason Chatman was one of three speakers at a panel in honour of African Heritage Month this week, hosted by the Black Student Advising Centre.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, February 2, 2017
Legacies of past African Nova Scotian leaders loomed large over the proceedings at Dal's African Heritage Month launch event, which featured several inspiring speeches and the raising of the Pan-African Flag.
Emily Côté
Thursday, February 2, 2017
The Ark, a self-sufficient house built in rural P.E.I. in the shadow of the 1970s energy crisis, is the focus of a new exhibit curated by Dal Professor Steven Mannell.
Matt Reeder
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
With the Studley Campus flags set at half-mast, the Dalhousie Muslim Student Association hosted a vigil Monday afternoon that attracted many from Dal and beyond to reflect and show support in the wake of Sunday’s mosque shooting in Quebec City.