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Up for the challenge

Thian Carman became Nova Scotia's youngest registered farm owner when he was 14 years old. Now, as he pursues his Animal Science degree at the Faculty of Agriculture, he has his sights set on what's next.  Read more.

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Sam Lehman
Friday, February 16, 2018
A record number of students turned out last Thursday for Dal’s Job & Career Fair, an event aimed at helping them kick start their careers by making in-person connections with potential employers.
Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Fola Akpan, a Kinesiology student and tutor/mentor with Dal's Black Student Advising Centre, bridges lessons learned at home and in the classroom to help others.
Emma Geldart
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Recent Agriculture alum Jessica Fogarty ('05) has taken her love of nature into a whole new direction with her wild crafting and herbal business based in Cape Breton.

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Delainey Wescott
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
As part of this Friday's Dal Lead! student leadership conference, Materials Engineering student Danielle Griffin is preparing to share her story about life with Autism and her work to help others succeed as she has.
Stefanie Wilson
Friday, January 26, 2018
When Management student Victoria Palmer took on an internship with a global tailoring company, she learned a great deal about the fashion industry — and even more about herself.
Delainey Wescott
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Ashley Jackson, a varsity athlete on the Tigers basketball team and one of Dal's new Academic All-Canadians, aims to make a difference on and off the court. With Global Brigades, she's taken her commitment to helping others international
Emily Borgal
Friday, January 19, 2018
For international student Gashin Ghazizadeh, the Dal 200 Community Skate was more than a great way to kick off an anniversary year — it was an opportunity to try skating for the very first time.
Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Tora Oliphant, who double majors in Microbiology & Immunology and Sociology, has been rallying her peers in support of science and scholarship in Canada. She’s helped organize the “Support the Report” campaign on campus, advocating for the recommendations of Canada’s fundamental science review.