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Media Highlight: Dalhousie University to build new concert hall thanks to $5‑million donation
May 9, 2017 12:00 PM
Metro Halifax: A $5-million donation from Morris Strug will go towards creating the Joseph Strug Concert Hall, named in honour of Morris' late son.
Media Highlight: Dalhousie researcher explains Dolphin sex
May 5, 2017 12:00 PM
Boston Globe: Dalhousie researchers recently combined forces to solve the mystery of how dolphins and other cetaceans have sex.
Media Highlight: Dal researcher wins Canada Council Killam Prize
May 4, 2017 12:00 PM
The Chronicle Herald: Dr. Ford Doolittle has won the Canada Council Killam Prize in the Natural Sciences for his pioneering work in evolutionary biology.
Recent Dal News stories
Grads profile: Ready to lead and make a difference
May 26, 2017 8:30 AM
At Spring Convocation ceremonies this week, Dalhousie Medical School will graduate its largest ever class of MDs of African descent. Aided by programs like PLANS (Promoting Leadership in Health for African Nova Scotians), these grads are set to make their mark and address historic imbalances in our health-care system.
Grad profile: Working to right historical wrongs
May 26, 2017 8:30 AM
Early in her Law degree, graduate Angela Simmonds had the opportunity to conduct community research on land claims in North and East Preston. Her acclaimed work sheds light on a largely unrecognized chapter in Canadian history: the contributions and struggles of the Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia.
"Sea"‑ing change in ocean scholarship — from Confederation to our future
May 25, 2017 8:30 AM
As part of a three-day event hosted by the Social Sciences and Humanities Oceans Research and Education network, researchers from across the university came together to discuss some of the economic, ecological, social and cultural ties that have shaped Canada’s interactions with the ocean since Confederation in 1867.