Three buildings in the Brutalist style turn 50
Daddy Atwood served up coffee and grub at Dal for 38 years.
Could you pass this 1869 first-year exam?
The influenza pandemic of 1918-1920 prompted Dal to establish its first Public Health Clinic
This past winter was not the first time Dalhousie has had to halt in-person classes due to a global pandemic
The 1918-1919 varsity women’s basketball team take the title!
Dr. Afua Cooper led Dal’s efforts to untangle the truth about how Dalhousie’s founder was entangled with slavery, and the impact of his views and actions on the university, the province and African Nova Scotians
Three decades ago, a landmark report on racism at Dal helped shift the university’s approach to serving the needs of the region’s Black and Indigenous peoples. At the report’s anniversary, the impact of that shift is evident—but work remains to be done
Across Dal’s campuses, we’re looking forward to our third century
As Dalhousie comes to the end of the celebration of our 200th anniversary, President Richard Florizone reflects on the university’s foundations and its future
A look at some of the foundational moments in Dalhousie University’s 200-year history
Canada’s parliamentary poet laureate George Elliott Clarke (MA’89, LLD’99) honours—and challenges—Dalhousie in his latest creative offering, penned to mark the university’s 200th anniversary
On the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion, we look back at the role Dalhousie and its students played in helping the city heal
Excellence in teaching and learning is a key priority at Dalhousie, with the university committed to continuous development of programs and classes that enhance the student experience
Dalhousie has demonstrated its openness to possibility throughout its history by inviting new ideas and approaches and opening our doors to the community.
For over 40 years, through progressive policies, programs and day-to-day changes in behaviour, Dal faculty, staff and students have been evolving and improving our culture of sustainability.