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Dal Bookstore dedicates shelf space to African Nova Scotian entrepreneurs

Dal Bookstore dedicates shelf space to African Nova Scotian entrepreneurs

The retailer鈥檚 Homegrown Luminance initiative celebrates African Nova Scotian-owned businesses and the inspiring people who drive them forward.  Read more.

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Emily MacKinnon
Thursday, February 8, 2024
Alum Grace Jefferies-Aldridge (BA鈥00) will draw on her personal and professional experience to help build a more inclusive university where relationships are paramount.
Alexa Goodman
Wednesday, February 21, 2024
At 人兽性交, it's easier than ever to get a daily pick-me-up 鈥 coffee, tea or chocolate 鈥 that doesn鈥檛 come at the expense of farmers and producers.
Kate Hayter
Friday, February 9, 2024
Fountain School Director Dr. J茅r么me Blais and collaborator Suzie LeBlanc are nominated for Classical Album of the Year (Solo Artist), while composition faculty member Amy Brandon is nominated for Classical Composition of the Year for a piece recorded with Symphony Nova Scotia and cellist Jeffrey Zeigler.

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African Heritage Month committee
Wednesday, February 28, 2024
In the spirit of celebration, 人兽性交's African Heritage Month committee has presented certificates of recognition to outstanding and impactful community organizations and staff this month. Learn more about this year's recipients.
Matt Reeder
Tuesday, February 27, 2024
A new lab established at 人兽性交 this week has partnered with a local energy provider will to explore various applications of green hydrogen that could assist Nova Scotia in its efforts to reduce carbon emissions.achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Mark Campbell
Friday, February 23, 2024
Dal Med student and recent Science alum Ariel Provo knows what it's like being underrepresented. That's why she has volunteered with Dal-based Imhotep鈥檚 Legacy Academy since 2020, aiming to assist in closing gaps and disparities that exist with for students of African heritage in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird, Diana Burchell, Becky Xi Chen, and Roksana Dobrin-De Grace
Thursday, February 22, 2024
Parents in a study about the accessibility of French immersion programs discussed inadequate support for learning to read and feeling pressured to pay for expensive tutors.
Melinda Stanley
Friday, February 16, 2024
The retailer鈥檚 Homegrown Luminance initiative celebrates African Nova Scotian-owned businesses and the inspiring people who drive them forward.