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Getting back in good standing

Commerce students Sam Brown and Josh Dias know what it's like to lose your way a bit at university. But thanks to the Refining Your Learning Skills for Academically Dismissed Students program, they’re back in class with a renewed focus.  Read more.

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Darcy MacRae
Monday, October 1, 2018
As Mi’kmaq History Month gets underway, we sit down with Aaron Prosper, Dalhousie’s first Indigenous student union president. It’s a role he’s been preparing for his entire life.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, October 4, 2018
First-year students Kayla Thomson of Kentville, N.S. and Anna Minarik of Edmonton are this year's Dal recipients of the Schulich Leader scholarship — one of the top awards of its kind in Canada.
Stefanie Wilson
Monday, September 24, 2018
Hayam Mahmoud-Ahmed is helping develop a device to retrain muscles in individuals who've experienced a stroke. It's not what you might expect from a Neuroscience and Computer Science student — but it makes perfect sense as part of her journey into entrepreneurship.

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Stefanie Wilson
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Commerce students Sam Brown and Josh Dias know what it's like to lose your way a bit at university. But thanks to the Refining Your Learning Skills for Academically Dismissed Students program, they’re back in class with a renewed focus.
Stephanie Rogers
Friday, October 5, 2018
A generous gift of $250,000 from CIBC, announced last week, has established the CIBC Multicultural Centre in the Student Learning Commons on the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, October 4, 2018
First-year students Kayla Thomson of Kentville, N.S. and Anna Minarik of Edmonton are this year's Dal recipients of the Schulich Leader scholarship — one of the top awards of its kind in Canada.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
"My work has always been political," says History master's grad Mercedes Peters, "because my identity is something that’s been politicized." In studying the self-expression of Mi'kmaw women, she strives to find lessons to inform and shape Indigenous stories today.
Rebecca Rawcliffe
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
From video games to ocean data, Computer Science grad Johna Latouf has been taking advantage of every opportunity she can to showcase her skills.