The CGI show, comprised of more than four trillion pixels, runs at the Halifax Convention Centre from May 8 to June 12. (Beyond Van Gogh)

Van Gogh in 3D

Halifax to host animated renderings of Dutch impressionist’s masterpieces

May 1, 2022 | Arts News

Students and instructors in the video documentary workshop pose after the screening of their documentaries.

J-school grads go big

King’s journalism students show off their work for first time post-lockdown

Apr 6, 2022 | News

Mary Spurr is taking a picture of Paul Robeson’s portrait. Robeson was an American singer, actor and political activist.

Photo Essay: The World of Yousuf Karsh

Famous photographer’s work on display at Halifax’s Pier 21 museum

Mar 29, 2022 | News

Spotlight

The faces behind the numbers

Why Halifax came out on top in the 2021 Canadian census

Feb 11, 2022

WATCH: Puppies, curling and ice storms

This week, join our host Cam Towner to find out why so many people are moving to Halifax.

Feb 11, 2022

Brandon Maloney keeps an eye on commercial fishing boats as Mi'kmaw fishers exercise their treaty right to fish for a moderate livelihood.

Reporting in Mi'kma'ki

Netukulimk: Our way forward

For Mi’kmaq, one guiding principle leads the way to a rights-based fishery

Jun 22, 2021

Dalhousie students and staff walk around campus, some with masks and some without. With the restrictions lifted on  March 21, 2022, masks will become optional at most locations in the province.

COVID rule rollback divides Halifax students

Some support N.S. government’s move to make masks optional; others call for caution

Mar 24, 2022 | News

Nellwyn Lampert teaches a non-credit workshop on memoir for the University of King's College.

Q&AQ&A: The art of the memoir with Nellwyn Lampert

Writing teacher says digging into one’s past through memoir is difficult but worthwhile

Mar 18, 2022 | News

Social Worker Reese Jones (right), and student (left), install a new message on their school sign.

School sign spreads smiles

Students and teachers work together to brighten up Halifax’s south end

Mar 17, 2022 | News

King’s Wellness Society’s executive team stands outside the campus library in Halifax on Thursday, February 17, 2022. (L-R): Grace Lloyd, administrative director; Amy Dolland, internal events coordinator; Maggie Power, diversity, inclusion and accessibility student advocate; Jonathon Gotlib, president; Olivia Piercey, communications director; Shay Forbes, director of social media and Sam Flood, vice president.

New King's student society advocates for wellness

First-year student founded group after four-month wait for mental-health services

Mar 15, 2022 | News

A man holds a sign labeling Russian President Vladimir Putin as “Killer” at the Halifax protest. Other protestors wear Ukrainian flags to show their support.

“Stop War, Stop Putin”: Nova Scotians rally in support of Ukraine

Protesters in Halifax demand no-fly zone to stop Russian invasion

Mar 10, 2022 | News

Players and assistant coaches for the Dalhousie women's basketball team cheer from the bench. Marika Williams (right) is taking part in the female coach development program.

Dalhousie’s new female coach development program forges strong bonds

Coaches, athletes form tight-knit web of shared knowledge for women in sports

Mar 4, 2022 | News

Quinn Cavanagh holds a sample of his bio composite material made from spent coffee grinds in Halifax. Cavanagh is the brains behind Rfine, a startup created to extend the life cycle of urban waste.

Dal student gives new life to used coffee grinds

Quinn Cavanagh turns beverage waste into building materials

Mar 3, 2022 | News