Stories by Audrey Chan

Audrey (they/them) is a journalism student at the University of King's College. They have a background in Contemporary Studies and Cinema & Media Studies.

The Dalhousie Women in Engineering Society (DALWIE) hosted their annual remembrance and resilience ceremony for victims of the 1989 Ecole Polytechnique Massacre at Dalhousie’s Richard Murray Design Building Tuesday evening.

33 years after Ecole Polytechnique shooting, Dal engineering students 'dare to take up space'

Women in field spotlight continued gender disparity in universities and the workplace

Dec 8, 2022

A woman at Halifax’s gathering against China’s Zero-COVID policy holds up a tablet that doubles as a poster, calling attention to the Nov. 24 Urumqi apartment fire. Chinese characters on the image read “Mourning our compatriots. Holding the government accountable. Supporting the act of speaking out.”

COVID lockdown deaths in China lead to solidarity vigil in Halifax

Deadly Xinjiang apartment fire kills at least 10 people, prompting protests against quarantine policies in China

Nov 29, 2022

Documentary pitch contest winner Anna Quon works on her script for her upcoming film, Me & My Teeth.

What an upcoming documentary about teeth says about health care

Anna Quon wins $20,000 for Me & My Teeth documentary pitch through Lunenburg Doc Fest

Nov 22, 2022

Ajay Parasram (left) and Alex Khasnabish (right) hold up their new book, Frequently Asked White Questions, at their book launch held at the Bus Stop Theatre on Nov. 8 in Halifax.

Profs' new book answers frequently asked white questions

YouTube show hosts join forces to create accessible guide for people learning about racial privilege

Nov 10, 2022