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Dalhousie in the news
Media Highlight: Dalhousie study suggests Halifax residents like development happening in the city
December 22, 2016 12:00 PM
Metro: In recent years, Halifax has experienced rapid economic, social and structural transformation, and according to researchers at Dalhousie, many locals see that as a good thing.
Media Highlight: Dal researcher explains how science can produce a longer lasting Christmas tree
December 21, 2016 12:00 PM
Modern Farmer: “Christmas tree breeding has not been very advanced in the past,” says Dr. Raj Lada, director of the Christmas Tree Research Center. “Our goal was to generate the perfect tree—what we call a SMART tree—and provide the plant material to Nova Scotia growers.”
Media Highlight: A viral video of Bhangra‑dancing Sikhs shoveling snow is bringing holiday cheer to the internet
December 20, 2016 12:00 PM
Quartz: A Canada popular music group (started out of Dalhousie) is taking over the internet by combining bhangra dancing and snow-shoveling.
Recent Dal News stories
G2 Atletes of the Week (week ending Jan. 15)
January 17, 2017 1:05 PM
Emma Ciprick (volleyball) and Kristen O'Brien (volleyball) are this weeks G2 Athletes of the Week.
Tigers Weekend Recap (Jan. 13‑15)
January 16, 2017 11:35 AM
Busy weekend for the Tigers as the basketball, hockey, track and field, and volleyball teams were all in action.
An active activist
January 13, 2017 8:30 AM
A course on post-industrial work sparked a passion for social justice in Canadian Studies and Anthropology major Joy Shand — and she hasn’t looked back since.