Stories by Stefanie Davis

Anna Stammberger (right) coaching three of her Dalhousie women's basketball team members.

SportsHalifax mirrors national problem of few female head coaches in varsity athletics

A 2013 national study says females made up 17 per cent of all varsity sports head coaching positions, yet only 5 per cent in Halifax

Nov 29, 2015

Sarah Burns had support from the University of King's College community throughout the application process.

scholarshipUniversity of King’s College grad becomes 30th from the school to win Rhodes scholarship

Sarah Burns will be heading to the University of Oxford in England next year on a full-ride scholarship

Nov 25, 2015

HockeyNear sweep: Canada wins 5 of 6 games in all-star junior hockey series

Fans packed the Scotiabank Centre Thursday night to watch the QMJHL all-star team take on Russia

Nov 23, 2015

(Left to Right) Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan and Peter Van Praagh speaking at a press conference during the forum

Security Forum7th Annual HISF concludes after discussions provoked by ISIS and Syrian refugee crisis

The weekend was full of dialogue and debate as global leaders gathered to talk security around the world in light of recent events

Nov 23, 2015

(Left to Right) Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan and Peter Van Praagh opened the security forum with a press conference.

Security ForumHalifax International Security Forum begins

Topics include Syrian refugee crisis, terrorism and Asia-Pacific security

Nov 20, 2015

Dr. Rob Stephenson speaks to media on Tuesday regarding the CFRN projects.

FisheryFunding for 5-year, $10M fisheries research project comes to end

The CFRN is presenting its findings in Halifax this week and hope to see the project continue

Nov 19, 2015

Tim Hortons on Spring Garden Road, Halifax

Remembrance DayFacebook users debate over a possible Remembrance Day themed Tim Hortons cup

Social media users explore the possibility of a Remembrance Day coffee cup at Tim Hortons

Nov 11, 2015

Provincial Court in Halifax

CourtPreliminary inquiry set for Dalhousie student murder case

The Dalhousie student is facing first-degree murder charges for the death of Taylor Samson

Nov 10, 2015

Heide Pearson at work at Global Halifax.

EmploymentScoring that dream job

Career path flip-flops, mid-education

Nov 9, 2015