The transition from high school to university is a big one, an important one, and sometimes even a scary one. You’re spreading your wings, finding some new independence, and discovering new abilities and talents. And that will become apparent when you first step foot into a Dal classroom or lecture hall. It’s going to be different from what you’re used to, so here’s the lowdown. [Read more…]
You’ve made one of the biggest decisions so far in your life: to go to university. You’ve also made one of the best decisions by choosing Dal and the Faculty of Agriculture. I’m sure you’ve done your research into the awesome campus, classes, and profs, so let me tell you why you’ll fall in love with the Truro and Bible Hill area. And I guarantee you will. [Read more…]
You’ve made one of the biggest decisions so far in your life: to go to university. You’ve also made one of the best decisions by choosing Dal. Not only is it an amazing university, with fantastic campuses, classes, and profs, but it’s also in one of the best cities in the country. [Read more…]
You’ll be finding out a lot about Dal but there are always a few secrets that students discover when they get here. OK, so they’re not exactly secrets, but these 23 tips will help make your life a bit easier when you arrive on campus. [Read more…]
The Dalhousie African Student Association (DASA) and the Saint Mary’s African Student Society (SMASS) will be hosting the 30th annual Africa Night from 5:30–10pm on March 18 at the Cunard Centre. [Read more…]
The Dalhousie/King’s Spanish society is hosting La Velada: Carnaval this Thursday, February 16th from 6pm-1am in the McInnes Room. The event is open to all ages! If you’re sick of the snow and the cold and need a break from midterms, grab yourself a ticket! You can email email@example.com for more information.
And to give you a bit more information about the event, we caught up with Rachel Butler, the secretary for the Spanish Society, to learn more.
It could be your favourite or least favourite holiday, but the day of love, chocolate, and flowers is almost here. Whether you’re single and ready to mingle or have that special someone, check out some ways to make your Valentine’s Day fun!
Every February, Dal’s Agricultural Campus in Truro hosts the final Canadian Intercollegiate Lumberjacking Association competition. More than 20 teams from throughout Canada and the northeastern United States compete for one of the most prestigious titles in Canadian University Lumberjacking: the CILA Championship. [Read more…]
As the weather gets colder here in Nova Scotia, it’s easy to forget that many places in the world (and many people right here) have different ways to celebrate during the winter months. Not everyone is into Santa Claus, Rudolph, and sitting around a crackling fire listening to Michael Bublé. Check out some great traditions from around the world during the most wonderful time of the year. [Read more…]
Finals are here, but the holiday season is upon us! Keep the spirit alive by jamming to some great holiday tunes. They can be great for studying or study breaks, especially if you’re making winter treats! Get into the holiday spirit with some of our Student Life Street Team’s favourite winter classics. [Read more…]