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This unique graphic novel will make you reimagine what a university class can be

This unique graphic novel will make you reimagine what a university class can be

Dal history prof Dr. Lisa Binkley challenged students to take what they were learning in her course about Métis identities, literature, laws, and history and integrate it into a graphic novel adaptation of Métis author K.D. Beckett's book Rocking Ten.  Read more.

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Jeff Lawton
Tuesday, April 2, 2024
The Dalhousie community gathered last week for the 13th annual Impact Awards, celebrating the efforts and achievements Dal students and student groups make outside of the classroom.
Mia Samardzic
Friday, April 5, 2024
The BIPOC Graduate Student Mentoring Academy, now in its second year, has offered tailored mentorship opportunities, professional development and networking events. Hear from members of the team about what makes the program so powerful.
Mark Campbell
Friday, February 23, 2024
Dal Med student and recent Science alum Ariel Provo knows what it's like being underrepresented. That's why she has volunteered with Dal-based Imhotep’s Legacy Academy since 2020, aiming to assist in closing gaps and disparities that exist with for students of African heritage in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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Jeff Lawton
Tuesday, April 2, 2024
The Dalhousie community gathered last week for the 13th annual Impact Awards, celebrating the efforts and achievements Dal students and student groups make outside of the classroom.
Mia Samardzic
Thursday, March 28, 2024
PhD student Reynaldo Popoli earned first place for his presentation on improving quality of life for patients living with ALS, a debilitating neurological disorder. Learn more about his work and a round up of other highlights from last week's 3MT final.
Cheryl Bell
Tuesday, March 19, 2024
Bryan Fader's background in sports-performance coaching provided a powerful foundation for his role as student success strategist in the Faculty of Dentistry.
Mia Samardzic
Friday, March 15, 2024
3MT gives Dal graduate researchers a platform to share and celebrate their ideas, with only 180 seconds to make a pitch in competition. The preliminary heats saw 42 students across faculties compete, with 10 selected to move forward to next week’s finals.
Stephen Abbott
Friday, March 15, 2024
A new initiative from the Dal Chess Club has students volunteering to play at local senior residences, unlocking benefits in brain exercise, socialization and mentorship.