Posts Tagged ‘Future’

Dalhousie Gazette Podcast: Fourth-year roundtable

Welcome to the first-ever Dalhousie Gazette Podcast! If you can think of a better name for the podcast, let us know and we will buy you a chocolate bar. Jennifer Lee spoke with Maddie Johnson, Matt Stickland and Tessa Williams about the impending doom/excitement of graduation. With three different areas of studies and backgrounds, our three…

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The future is now

Should we disappear under the deluge of information, or risk the implications of personalized results on the internet? (Photo by Josh Fraser)

Should we disappear under the deluge of information, or risk the implications of personalized results on the internet? (Photo by Josh Fraser) Have you tried hunting for information about Ukraine lately? As with any hot topic, the internet has positively exploded on the subject, with dozens of news sites publishing page after page of reactions,…

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Dalhousie installs its 11th president

On the occasion of Dalhousie University formally installing only the 11th president in its history, the man now tasked with leading it told the crowd that cultivating business and international partnerships are critical to the institution’s success. Richard Florizone shared his optimism for Dal—along with the challenges still to come—during a 22 minute address Oct.…

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Preserved past meets the future

History is going pixelated, artifacts online. NovaMuse, the website recently launched to bring Nova Scotia’s museum archives online and into a shared database, is bringing together 51 museums around the province to share knowledge and communication. Ten years ago, a group of museums in Nova Scotia began a long effort to establish a province-wide database…

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Campus construction

From the classroom to my residence, campus is ravaged with construction. A large backhoe swings beside the Killam Library and “crosswalk closed” signs are hard to miss when rushing around on campus. The diversions around machinery and shortcuts across the lawns have become like stages of an obstacle course. All of these commotion-creating and emission-generating…

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