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Digging through Dal history

Digging through Dal history

From digitizing yearbooks to sharing classic images of Dal’s past, we take a look at how University Archives and Special Collections are helping bring the university’s 200th anniversary to life.  Read more.

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Josephine Choi
Monday, February 12, 2018
Dal student volunteers at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History's new Body Worlds RX exhibit help navigate guests through a unique exploration of the human body.
Molly Marcott
Thursday, February 15, 2018
At a panel event hosted by the Black Student Advising Centre as part of African Heritage Month, Dal faculty Chike Jeffers and Isaac Saney discussed the pan-African movement and its relevance today.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Close to 200 people gathered in LeMarchant Place on Thursday afternoon for Dalhousie’s African Heritage Month launch — an inspiring event that paid tribute to community connections and contributions.

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Logan Robins
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
A novel take on the infamous story of the Pied Piper, Colleen Murphy's play offers students in the Fountain School with an exciting canvas. The production runs from February 6-10.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Tuesday’s Bicentennial Launch offered a journey through Dalhousie University’s 200-year history, with the poetry of George Elliott Clarke as its guide. Featuring artistic talents from across the Dal community, the event was a showcase of the university’s two centuries of achievement with an eye towards its promising future.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Close to 200 people gathered in LeMarchant Place on Thursday afternoon for Dalhousie’s African Heritage Month launch — an inspiring event that paid tribute to community connections and contributions.
Dawn Morrison
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Fountain School Administrative Officer Lesley Brechin (BA’90) didn’t set out to create a legacy at Dal, but she is doing exactly that. Her dedicated work and philanthropy to the Fountain School of Performing Arts is shaping cultural space on campus and in the community.
Genevieve MacIntyre
Friday, January 26, 2018
During his lifetime, the music of Austrian composor Franz Schubert was most often performed at small gatherings dubbed "Schubertiades." This weekend, students in Dal's Fountain School of Performing Arts will bring the Schubertiade into the 21st century with a special performance event in the community, aligned with Dal's 200th anniversary.