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Belong Forum preview: 5 things you should know about Angela Davis

Belong Forum preview: 5 things you should know about Angela Davis

An author and professor, Angela Davis has been an inspiring force in American political activism and a passionate leader for gender and racial equality for decades. Learn more about the influential changemaker and social-justice advocate ahead of her Oct. 16 Belong Forum, part of Dal 200's "Year of Belonging."  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Dalhousie’s Ignite dinner brought more than 1,200 alumni, friends, donors and community members to the Halifax Convention Centre to kick off the university’s third century with a celebration of creativity and inspiration in all its forms — from the scientist’s lab to the performing artist’s stage.
Nick Pearce
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Photo essay: Attendees at Shaun T's community workout event — hosted by the Faculty of Health for Dal 200 — left sweaty, tired and inspired.
Chris Benjamin
Friday, September 28, 2018
Temple Grandin is perhaps both the world's best known animal scientist and the world's most famous person with autism. At her Dalhousie Belong Forum, she discussed what links those two together — and how important it is to encourage different styles of learning and thinking.

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Nick Pearce
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Photo essay: Attendees at Shaun T's community workout event — hosted by the Faculty of Health for Dal 200 — left sweaty, tired and inspired.
Ryan McNutt
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Dalhousie’s Ignite dinner brought more than 1,200 alumni, friends, donors and community members to the Halifax Convention Centre to kick off the university’s third century with a celebration of creativity and inspiration in all its forms — from the scientist’s lab to the performing artist’s stage.
Chris Benjamin
Friday, September 28, 2018
Temple Grandin is perhaps both the world's best known animal scientist and the world's most famous person with autism. At her Dalhousie Belong Forum, she discussed what links those two together — and how important it is to encourage different styles of learning and thinking.
Erin Casey
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Nova Scotia artist Holly Carr has designed exclusive anniversary line featuring scarves, ties and other items — the first of which are now available from the Dalhousie Bookstore.
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
As Dalhousie celebrates the first Homecoming of its third century, there are more ways than ever to show your pride on campus and off. And thanks to a new partnership between Dal, police and the city this year, neighbourhood safety will be top of mind.