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Annual exhibit showcases creative minds of Dalhousie

Annual exhibit showcases creative minds of Dalhousie

The Dalhousie Art Gallery's Student, Staff, Faculty and Alumni Exhibition, on until the 21st, is an annual December highlight.  Read more.

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Cecilia Khamete
Thursday, December 13, 2018
For Dal pianist Tim Crofts, the opportunity to help George Elliott Clarke perform his epic poem, "The Story of Dalhousie, or The University as Insurgency," has turned into an immensely rewarding, year-long collaboration.
Obinna Esomchukwu
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
The Dalhousie School of Social Work’s Community Clinic celebrated the opening of an accessible new location last month and marked four years of providing a wide range of critical support services to people in need.
Kirk Jessome
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
It was an evening full of uplifting inspiration at the ninth-annual Dalhousie Tigers Women in Leadership Spotlight Dinner, which brought together more than 300 guests to show support for the student-athlete leaders of the Tigers women’s basketball and volleyball teams.

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Courtney Law
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
At a Dalhousie-sponsored panel event earlier this month, experts from across disciplines came together to engage in big ideas about the future of machines, learning and work — and the critical importance of human agency and insight in building that future.
Sarah Nearing
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
In taking on a stage production of the middle portion of Dante's "The Divine Comedy," students in the Fountain School of Performing Arts present a vibrant, thought-provoking piece on love, faith and morality. The play runs at the Dal Arts Centre through Dec. 1.
Nick Pearce
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Photo essay: Dal Architecture students brought their Dal 200-inspired creation to Halifax's Parade of Lights this past weekend, with Fountain School students providing musical accompaniment.
Cecilia Khamete
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Shauntay Grant's "Africville" — a children's book created in collaboration with illustrator Eva Campbell — was nominated for a Governor General's Literary Award earlier this year.
Matt Reeder
Friday, November 16, 2018
The holiday season gets a Dal 200 kickstart this weekend as the university's entry in the Chronicle Herald Parade of Lights — led by students in the School of Architecture — will be accompanied by a special Fountain School soundtrack. Learn more about what's in store.