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Wura Eyitayo-Oyesode travelled far from her home in Nigeria to pursue her interest in international tax law at Dalhousie, but it’s sparked new community connections that have focused her interest in helping others.  Read more.

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Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Class of 2018 grad Nick Belliveau is spending his summer helping to digitize Dalhousie's nearly 100-year-old Herbarium, a collection of 10,000 preserved plant specimens.
Rebecca Rawcliffe
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
For her final co-op term of her Computer Science degree, Rebecca Ansems has made the trip out to California to work as an engineer with Twitter.
Stefanie Wilson
Thursday, August 2, 2018
Microbiology & Immunology major Ali MacDonald enjoyed her year in residence so much that she decided to spend her summer there — and to sign up as a Residence Assistant this fall to help others have the best residence experience possible.

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James Ross
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Dal Engineering is taking part in the Microtransat Challenge, with its autonomous sailboat currently making its way across the Atlantic Ocean all on its own power.
Stefanie Wilson
Monday, August 13, 2018
Wura Eyitayo-Oyesode travelled far from her home in Nigeria to pursue her interest in international tax law at Dalhousie, but it’s sparked new community connections that have focused her interest in helping others.
Staff
Friday, August 10, 2018
With reports that the Saudi Arabian government has moved to withdraw students from Canadian universities, Dalhousie is reaching out to its Saudi students, letting them know about available supports on campus and promising to keep them updated as further information becomes available.
Rebecca Rawcliffe
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
For her final co-op term of her Computer Science degree, Rebecca Ansems has made the trip out to California to work as an engineer with Twitter.
Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Class of 2018 grad Nick Belliveau is spending his summer helping to digitize Dalhousie's nearly 100-year-old Herbarium, a collection of 10,000 preserved plant specimens.