A spoonful of comfort

As the temperature drops, leaves change colour and a new school year begins, having a comforting meal will help you get through the days when you may not be feeling your best. Whether you are homesick or just want a tasty meal, check out these comfort foods that will make your soul and tummy rejoice.

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Turn the page to fall

Pumpkin spice lattes, apple picking, and spooky season are all just around the corner. Reading can do the trick to prepare for this magical time of year. Being wrapped in your favourite blanket by the ocean or in a park with the fresh breeze blowing and the words lifting off the page brings comfort and excitement for the new season. The four books described below encompass fall spirit the best.

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From dentist to playwright

Dalhousie dentistry alumna, Sangeeta Wylie, has spent a lot of time reflecting on the moments that led her to Nov. 3, the day her play, we the same, made its world premiere.    From Dal dentistry to the dramatic arts  Wylie is originally from St. John’s, N.L., and studied chemistry and music for four years at Acadia University. She then came to Dalhousie…

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What’s the buzz?

The Dalhousie Beekeeping Society had its first general meeting on Oct. 5, 2021. The society’s executives, Sydney Carroll and Lara Roth Millman, were excited to spread their knowledge and share their love for beekeeping.    Origin and goals of the society  Carroll, a transfer student to Dalhousie’s college of sustainability, and Millman, who is taking a PhD in philosophy, met this summer at a…

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