Dalhousie

PowerliftingWeight taken off shoulders of powerlifter as he breaks record

Ryan Kells, president of Powerlifting Nova Scotia, is now a national record holder

Feb 28, 2016

Running with music; does more than relieve boredom

Sport scienceThis study suggests music does more than cure exercise boredom

Dalhousie research suggests that running with music helps you go faster and can affect the speed of your recovery

Feb 11, 2016

A house for sale in Halifax, N.S.

MortgagesOwning a condo at 21? It’s a good bet, if you can swing it: bank rep

A banking specialist explains why it could be a good time to buy in Halifax

Feb 11, 2016

Tom Lee watches from the Huskies bench

CommunityDal and SMU’s men’s hockey teams face off for charity

Third annual TomStrong Night raises funds for leukemia and lymphoma

Feb 11, 2016

A student walks to Dalhousie in the rain

Higher educationLow dollar not causing student boom, yet

Maritime universities says a low dollar is little help in attracting international students

Feb 6, 2016

Owen 'O'Sound' Lee sings at the event "Racism is Killing Us Softly: Narratives of Young Black Men."

Culture‘Resilience is in our DNA,’ panel hears

Bolstered by success stories, Dalhousie event centered on the lives of young black men

Feb 5, 2016

Professor Raymond Klein explains one the experiments conducted in his lab

InattentionWhy don’t drivers see at you standing at the curb? Research offers a clue

Research on visual attention has implications for drivers

Feb 4, 2016

MusicBody music a hit at Dalhousie

Percussionist and dancer Keith Terry teaches rhythmic patterns at Dalhousie workshop

Jan 25, 2016

Science‘Planet’ could help explain solar systems: expert

The theoretical existence of a new planet raises several intriguing possibilities

Jan 24, 2016

Dr. Sherry Stewart faces a VLT at the Gambling Lab, Dalhousie University.

AddictionsGamblers using hard drugs wanted for Dal study

A research team at Dalhousie is looking for test takers to see if gambling affects a desire for hard drugs.

Jan 15, 2016

Amina Abawajy, resident of Girls Take Initiative at Dalhousie, is holding an event to raise money for those suffering from the drought in Ethiopia.

Aid This Dal student wants you to care about what’s happening in Ethiopia

Amina Abawajy is aiming to draw attention to the 10.2 million people awaiting emergency food aid.

Jan 13, 2016

Students listen to Finance Minister Bill Morneau during a public pre-budget consultation at Dalhousie University on Jan. 11, 2016

Federal budgetFinance minister looking for budget advice

Bill Morneau hopes the public will help write Trudeau’s first budget

Jan 12, 2016

Dalhousie University claims that CEM misrepresented savings.

GovernanceDal students won’t see an equitable senate anytime soon

Motion to create equity seats was two votes shy of being adopted

Jan 12, 2016