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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.

Featured News

Allie Jehle
Thursday, August 16, 2018
We caught up with Physiotherapy students who were among the first cohort to complete their clinical placements at the new Dalhousie Physiotherapy Clinic to talk about what they learned from the experience.
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.

Archives - Student Life

Stefanie Wilson
Monday, July 16, 2018
As a mother of two young children and a small business owner, going back to school was a big life change for Health Promotion student Jade Kelly. But it’s a change she’s managing by focusing on her goals.
Kim Humes
Monday, July 9, 2018
Tyler Lightfoot's background in English and Psychology gave him the foundation to hit the ground running with a Library and Information Studies master’s degree at Dal and turn it into a new career as a data analyst.
Graeme Gunn
Thursday, July 5, 2018
Before she heads off for her master's studies, Neuroscience grad Delainey Wescott has big summer plans — continuing her lab research, her mental health advocacy and discovering more of Halifax and Nova Scotia.
Stefanie Wilson
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Biomedical Engineering doctoral student Kerry Costello does more than just study osteoarthritis — she shares that research with the world as a podcast host.
Stefanie Wilson
Monday, June 25, 2018
Cal DeWolfe has gone from the cross-country course to the courtroom as he studies Law with an eye towards practising in Atlantic Canada. For the former Philosophy grad, it's an unexpected but exciting path.