“It was a very enjoyable time. We used to go into the restaurants and for 25 cents, you got a meal. 25 cents! I'll...”Max G.
Dalhousie’s story is a series of chapters created by the students, alumni, faculty and staff who’ve walked our halls and shaped our community. We invite you to share your favourite memories—because your story is our story.
“I submit a photo from 1921 including my mother M.R."Dalhousie" Armitage on the left of the lady holding the basketball (Connie Young). My mother...”Ian M.
“I joined TUNS School of Computer Science in 1981. At that time, there were four faculty members, about four grad students, no undergrad students...”Michael S.
“Every single moment from my first day at Dal was the best. I had some up and downs but I would not trade this...”Madhav M.
“When Kathryn Sullivan, Dal grad and first woman to walk in space, came to lecture, three generations of my family went to listen. My...”Sara D.
“I took a summer course in the English Department and I remember attending a Shakespeare class taught by Carolyn Greenberg in 1979. There was...”Gail F.
“My favourite memories are those that arose from late-night studio hours. At midnight, we would often congregate on the winding stair to the studios...”Jennifer C.
“My favourite Dal memory is from the day the United States President Bill Clinton came to the Arts and Administration Building. My co-workers, as...”Helen W.
“I have many fond memories of my time at Dal but my fondest memories predate my time as a student and go back to...”Sheila B.
“In October 2014, ITS hosted an Atlantic IT university conference near our Truro campus. The enthusiasm and creativity from our staff members added a...”Bev H.
“I completed my Theatre degree at Dal in the 1980s while working full-time in computing services. My classes were during the day so I...”Lesley B.
“The day I graduated from the Corporate Residency MBA program I not only hugged my classmates, but also my profs and the administrators who...”Mary-Eleanor P.