The call of the North Atlantic right whale
An experiment is underway in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The experiment involves boats, planes, autonomous underwater vehicles and sonobuoys (buoys which can detect underwater sounds). It covers 1,500 square kilometres and is being…Read More
Black Nova Scotian artists you should have on your playlists
If you aren’t familiar with the local music scene, you’d be forgiven for being unaware of the flourishing scene for Black musicians in Halifax.Read More
Student housing gets $8 million boost from province
The provincial government announced $8 million in funding for student housing in December, including $3 million for upgrades to housing in Halifax.
Cape Breton University and the Atlantic School of Theology (AST) will receive the funding to build over four hundred student housing spaces. CBU will build a mixed-use housing development on the former Tartan Downs horse race track in Sydney, while AST will expand capacity at their Halifax dormitory.Read More
Last residence in the dark
A week after Hurricane Fiona moved through Nova Scotia, there were still students living on the Dalhousie University campus without power.
In particular, students living in the Mini Res houses and Glengary Apartments were hit the worst by power outages.
Sailing into history
Festive ways to stay safe
For local mask makers, taking advantage of Halloween and other seasonal mask opportunities is important.Read More
How Canada, Nova Scotia and Dalhousie responded to COVID-19
The burnout dilemma
Dalhousie’s architecture students are pushing for greener and more sustainable designs in their field.Read More
Dal’s spring convocation cancelled
Dalhousie and the University of King’s College cancelled all in-person classes, and convocation for graduating students.Read More
Making history available
N.S. Archives is celebrating African Heritage Month by launching a new online resource featuring historical documents and images from African N.S. history.Read More