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Love in a time of too much information: Fountain School season kicks off

Love in a time of too much information: Fountain School season kicks off

Love and Information, which opens this week in the David Mack. Murray Studio, explores love in the modern age through a unique production featuring interchangeable scenes, compelling settings and stellar performances.  Read more.

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Matt Reeder
Friday, October 11, 2019
An enterprising group of Dalhousie students set up a mock voting station on campus this week to raise awareness about when, where and how students can cast a ballot in this year’s federal election.
Danny Abriel
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Dalhousie marked 10 years of the Mawio'mi on campus Monday, with a colourful celebration of culture, diversity and community.
Andrea McKay
Thursday, September 26, 2019
Nearly 300 Dalhousie business students and 120 employer partners representing 40 different organizations came together in early September for Rowe Networking Night, an epic evening of networking on campus.

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Cheryl Bell
Thursday, September 12, 2019
A donation from the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia and Green Shield Canada will help the Faculty of Dentistry expand its efforts to reach underserved communities in the Halifax region who may be struggling to receive oral health care.
Niecole Killawee
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Launching this week, the second season of Sciographies dives deeper into the stories behind the science — offering an intimate look researchers who push the boundaries of discovery and innovation.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
With two Sexton Campus streets in need of new names, Dalhousie is recognizing the legacies of Mathieu DaCosta, the first named African in Canada who served as an interpreter for French settlers, and Norma Eddy, the first woman to graduate from what is now the Faculty of Engineering.
Matt Reeder
Friday, September 6, 2019
Dalhousie University apologized for its namesake's views and actions on slavery and race and the impact those have had on its community after formally receiving a scholarly panel's report on the subject Thursday.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, September 6, 2019
The Lord Dalhousie Panel's final report offers a thorough accounting of the various intersections between George Ramsay, the Ninth Earl of Dalhousie who commissioned the founding of Dalhousie University in 1818 while serving as Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, and the institution and legacy of slavery.