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The "Five Days" legacy

The "Five Days" legacy

When Rowe School of Business students started their annual camp-out in support of Phoenix Youth Programs in 2013, they had modest goals. Five years later, the campaign has raised over $65,000 in support of youth experiencing homelessness in Halifax.  Read more.

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Logan Robbins
Friday, March 23, 2018
On Saturday, March 24, the Fountain School of Performing Arts presents "Called to Action: Living Reconciliation Through Song," an empowering and important choral event.
Dawn Morrison
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Innovative teaching meets student learning and community service at the Dalhousie Social Work Community Clinic, making a difference in Halifax’s North End.
Rebekah Bailey
Friday, March 2, 2018
The Ag Campus's Apuknajit Mi’kmaq February Feast did more than feed the bodies of those in attendance. The event nourished the minds and hearts of participants.

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Emily Borgal
Thursday, February 22, 2018
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.
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.
Logan Robins
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
The Fountain School of Performing Arts presents its annual Concerto Night this week, an eclectic and exceptional evening of music.
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.
Friday, February 9, 2018
On Monday George Elliott Clarke performed his epic poem “The Story of Dalhousie,” commissioned for the university’s bicentennial, in full at Halifax’s City Hall — the site of Dalhousie’s first campus two centuries ago.