Welcome back, Dal and King's Students!

Oh, how we've missed you.

It has been wonderful seeing y'all back on campus over the past week, and we have particularly enjoyed meeting many of you through Dal O-Week and King's Frosh trainings! By now you have surely seen us tabling around campus at various society fairs, or speaking to your class about our services, or maybe you have even been to one of our recent anti-oppression workshops! This year we have been trying really hard to connect with as many departments, student groups, and faculties as possible on issues pertaining to sexual and gender justice, anti-oppression training, shame-free sex education, and campaigns that address the current political issues affecting students who are marginalized on the basis of gender, orientation, and/or identity.

We are so excited to be a part of the organizing committee that brought the DSU Sexual Assault and Harassment Phone Line to campus. This 24 hour, non-judgemental, confidential, peer-to-peer phone line launched this past Sunday and will be available throughout the duration of September!!

Please check out some of our upcoming events below, and be in touch with any questions at
or by phone at (902_ 494-2432
or in person at 1443 Seymour street, side entrance.
***We are not yet accessible. Please see our website for more information and be in touch with any access needs. Many of our events will be around back by the BBQ, which is accessible!!**

We hope to see you at our BBQ this Friday!!!
Team Soho


During the month of September, artwork from Our Bodies Our Blood: Art Project will be on display at Plan B! On September 8th at 7pm there will be an opening reception where you can come out, meet the artists, watch performance pieces, check out available zines about menstruation, eat food, check out our patches and buttons, and more! It will be a night to remember! 

If you're interested in submitting and/or volunteering with us, or you want to find out more information about the project, check us out at!

Check out the Facebook event here.
All Candidates Debate on Women's Rights & Gender Equality

On Thursday, September 10th from 6:30-8:30pm at the Spatz Theatre you can come hear your candidates talk about violence against women, women's poverty, rights of Indigenous women, childcare, housing & homelessness & more. 

Donations collected at the door to support YWCA's December 6th Fund supporting women leaving domestic violence. 

A partnership of:
Adsum for Women and Children
Alice Housing
Avalon Sexual Assault Centre
Canadian Federation of University Women Halifax
Persons Against Non-State Torture
Raven Wisdom Retreat Centre
Spatz Theatre
The Marguerite Centre
Transition House Association of Nova Scotia
Up for Debate
Women’s Centres Connect Nova Scotia
Women’s Community Space
YWCA Halifax and with the support of Women’s Employment Outreach.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and community space after debate located in Citadel High School.
Check out the Facebook event here.

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