Your DalCard is your key to student life at Dal. This little piece of plastic has a lot of jobs—from acting as your meal ticket to getting you a ride home. It will be one of the most important things in your pocket during your time here. Just check out what it can do for you. [Read more…]
University life can be a blast. When I showed up at Dal it was my first real time away from home. I was suddenly on my own, in a new place, doing new things without my parents around to keep me in check. Let a tiger loose in the city, and crazy things are bound to happen. But it’s easy to go overboard and let your health suffer. [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…]
Dal’s Indian Sub-Continental Students Association (INDISA) and the Indian Festivals Club of Nova Scotia (IFCNS) is hosting their annual INDISA Night (also known as “Bollywood Night”) on Saturday, March 25 from 6-11pm in the McInnes Room in the SUB. It’s always a hot ticket in town, and not just because of the incredible, spicy food! It also celebrates Indian culture, Bollywood film, dance, and music, and all things Indian. [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.
If you’re arriving on campus this winter, here are a few things to help you settle in to your new community. Whether you’re a winter student or transferring from another university, these tips are handy for everyone! [Read more…]
Dalhousie’s dietitian, Angela Emmerson, shares 5 tips to help you eat and stay healthier during exams.
It’s no surprise that eating healthy is good for you. It’s good for your mental and physical health and can help prevent short-term illnesses. But getting into the habit of proper nutrition can be overwhelming—especially when you’re away from home. Luckily, it’s easy to maintain a healthy lifestyle at Dal. [Read more…]