Dalhousie University

Members of the Atlantic Football League's Dalhousie Tigers practice at Wickwire Field. The 2016 edition of the team features players from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba and The Bahamas

FootballAFL becoming a hotbed for football talent

More graduates beginning to catch the eye of Atlantic University Sport schools

Nov 16, 2016

Mengzi Bian owner of Moon Moon Cosmetics

CosmeticsWant cosmetics from Asia? Here’s where you can find them

Moon Moon Cosmetics opens in Bishop's Landing

Nov 11, 2016

Dalhousie's Fight the Fees Lunch and Learn encourages students to go all out on Nov. 2.

EducationDSU dishes lunch ahead of Day of Action

'We are mortgaging our ability to educate young people'

Oct 28, 2016

During the demonstration, Dr. Lei Jiang wrote “dragons flying, phoenixes dancing” in the sitting, flying and walking calligraphy styles.

EducationChina Day features calligraphy, book launch

‘A wonderful opportunity to showcase and celebrate what we have achieved’

Oct 26, 2016

Evan Groens helps Ann Faraman fix the front brakes on her bike.

TransportationPutting the brakes on bicycle maintenance costs

Students save money by learning to do own cycle fixes

Oct 21, 2016

Tzeporah Berman comes to Dal to give a talk on climate change and sustainability in Canada

ENVIRONMENTActivist praises Canada's climate change initiatives

'We've seen more exciting developments in the last year than the last 10'

Oct 21, 2016

The Loaded Ladle is a registered food co-operative in Nova Scotia.

Education Lunch with a side of activism

‘It’s fun to have a community. It’s nice to do something that isn’t school work’

Oct 20, 2016

Social dating app was created

Life Bumbling into better relationships?

'Safer for women to use than other dating apps'

Oct 18, 2016

Microbeads, a form of plastic, has been found as an ingredient in everyday items such as toothpaste

EnvironmentBan coming on microbeads in cosmetics, toiletries

'Our smallest forms of marine life ... can accumulate these micro particles'

Oct 7, 2016

Dalhousie President Richard Florizone (L), Dalhousie science student Melanie Hardie (centre) and Grand Keptin Andrew Denny of the Mi'kmaq Grand Council raise the Grand Council Flag together

Mi'kmaq CultureMi'kmaq flag flies over Dalhousie University

'It's a true testimony of peace and friendship'

Oct 6, 2016

Mi'kmaq CultureWhat Halifax’s Indigenous people wish you knew

‘It’s time for Indigenous people to tell our own stories’

Oct 6, 2016

Four students reported drinks spiked with unknown substance.

Sexual AssaultDal's spiked drinks bulletin sets off alarm bells

'The conversation should focus on the perpetrators and why they’re doing these actions'

Oct 5, 2016

Martin Lancaster, left, and Steven Kuykendall, right, have been impressed by the interest Canadians have about the upcoming American election.

U.S. POLITICS'Even when we get bad presidents ... we work around them'

Days after Clinton-Trump debate, congressmen reassure students about state of American politics

Sep 30, 2016