Ryan McNutt - November 14, 2013 (Dal News)
Laura Burke, coordinator of the Mental Health Peer Support initaitive. (Bruce Bottomley photo)
Everyone needs a safe space to share.
That's the spirit driving the new mental health peer support program from the Dalhousie Student Union.
Published Thursday, October 31, 2013 4:04PM ADT
Students and staff at Halifax’s Dalhousie University decided to use a seasonal theme to protest what they feel is a grave situation at the school.
Homemade paper tombstones were placed in the Dalhousie quad on Thursday, in ‘mourning’ of cuts to academic programs and other resources.
Students Unite for Public Education: The Vision
Post-secondary education has the potential to empower people in so many ways, such as increasing technical and critical skills, confidence, and employment opportunities. It's no wonder, then, that the United Nations recognizes education as a human right. The Dalhousie Student Union strives to eliminate barriers to education wherever they exist so that everybody who is capable and interested in pursuing advanced education may do so.
DSU Council Meetings
DSU Council meetings are commencing for the Fall! The next council meeting is slated for Wednesday, December4, at 6:30 PM, Room 302.
Click here for the complete council meeting schedule for the year.
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