It’s that time of year again: all the fun year-end events are happening! There are society galas and cultural nights galore! And the best part is you don’t have to be in a particular program or part of a society to enjoy them! So clean yourself up, put on your fancy clothes, and let off some steam as you prepare for your finals. Here are a bunch of them to check out, and you can always find other great things to do at dal.ca/studentevents. [Read more…]
Spending the holidays in the city? Whether this is your first time spending the holidays in Halifax, or you’ve lived here your whole life, there’s lots of stuff to keep you entertained. We’ve put together a short list of things you won’t want to miss! [Read more…]
With the semester quickly coming to a close it can be hard to focus on anything beyond getting through exams and taking some well-deserved time off. However, there are already a ton of great events in the works for the coming year! If you’re new to Dal, these will all be new to you! [Read more…]
The Dalhousie Arts and Social Sciences Society (DASSS) is hosting its annual charity gala this Friday, October 20, with all proceeds going to Avalon Sexual Assault Centre. This event is open to all ages, so if you’re feeling stressed out by midterms or are looking for a way to give back to your community, make sure you buy a ticket!
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…]
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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…]