Welcome back, students! We hope you had a great winter break!

The South House is back to our regular centre hours of operation:
1443 Seymour street
**Side entrance, small flight of stairs.
Accessibility renovations by Dalhousie to begin in the next month**

Telephone: (902) 494-2432

Upcoming South House events:
South House at NSCAD Community Tabling Day

10:30-12:30 in the Drawings Studio next to the Student Lounge at Fountain Campus
5163 Duke Street

Feminist Book Club
Friday, January 8th at Just Us Cafe on Spring Garden

South House Volunteer Training
Wednesday, January 29th at 4:30
Details TBA, register at

More great workshops TBA soon!!


The Phone Line Volunteer Training Weekend is coming up on the weekend of January 23-24th. If you have ever wanted to get involved with the DSU Sexual Assault and Harassment Phone Line, now is the time! Attending both full days of training is mandatory for all volunteers operating the phone line.

Sign up here

The Sexual Assault and Harassment Phone Line will be a confidential, peer-to-peer phone line for people who have experienced sexualized and/or gender-based violence or harassment.

Check out the Facebook event here.
Questions? Email the new phone line coordinator, Rebecca Faria, at!

Trans Feminine Adult Support Group at ALDERNEY LIBRARY
First meeting : Saturday, January 16th, 1:30pm. 
No cost.

The library is located right at the Halifax Ferry Terminal. A lot of buses stop right in front of the library as well, so transportation shouldn't be too much of an issue.

Contact: Carol 

Join us for free films, workshops and discussions on social justice throughout January and February in Halifax. For more information, visit

Jan 10 - Workshop: "How to Talk to Your Racist Uncle about..."

Jan 13 - Screening: "The Wanted 18"

Jan 15 - Panel: "Colonialism, Capitalism and Race"

Jan 18 - Screening: "Occupy, Resist, Produce!"

Jan 19 - Workshop: "Activist Fundraising"

Jan 24 - Talk (1/2): "Austerity and After: Learning from Greece"

Jan 31 - Talk (2/2): "Grassroots Struggles for a Solidarity Economy"

Feb 1 - Screening: "Si, Se Puede: Inside Spain's Anti-foreclosure movement"

Feb 8 - Screening: "Black Power Mixtape, 1967-1975"

Feb 22 - Screening: "No Land No Food No Life"
The Anchor Archive Zine Library and the People's Photocopier are MOVING to RadStorm at 6050 Almon St.
RadStorm is a DIY collectively run space that houses InkStorm Screenprinting Collective and the SadRad music collective, an all ages practice space and venue. Check it out!

We are very excited to be reunited with InkStorm after a few years of being in separate spaces. At last, zines, the photocopier, and screenprinting together again, and this time with music! It's a very cozy heated space with couches, computer, internet, big windows, and will be complete with a new photocopier/zine making station!
We need help moving! 
Packing/prep: Wed Jan 6 at 5:30pm at Plan B (2180 Gottingen St).
MOVING DAY: Sun Jan 10 at 1pm at Plan B (2180 Gottingen) and moving to RADSTORM (6050 Almon St).
We have A LOT of zines to move and a very heavy photocopier so please come lend a hand if you can!!
Accessibility info:
Plan B has one step going down into the main space of the store.
Radstorm is up 2 flights of stairs. We regret that the space is not very accessible. It was a difficult decision to move to an inaccessible space. We are working on securing funding to install a lift on the stairs. If you would like more info about the accessibility of the space or about our decision making process, please feel free to ask! 
anchor archive zine library
Many Job Opportunities with NSPIRG
NSPIRG is offering a range of employment opportunities this January! Please see below for contract, part-time, and core staff job descriptions. Share these postings with friends and networks! Please direct all questions and applications to

All positions have been posted to
There is also a shareable Facebook page

Deadline: Application deadline is Friday January 8, 2016 at 5:00pm
Work Term: Mid January – April 30, 2016
The Research Projects:
Project #1: History of Activism at Dalhousie
Project #2: King’s College Board of Governor’s Breakdown
Project #3: Dalhousie Board of Governor’s Breakdown
More information and full job description can be found at:

Deadline: Application deadline is Friday January 8, 2016 at 5:00 PM.
Work Term: Mid January – April 30, 2016
Community-University Research Exchange (CURE) is a program we are starting to run at NSPIRG. This program links the research capacity of university students with local community organizing. In short, we will work with students and faculty to create options for academic credit, within courses, for students to write papers and do research that can be directly used by local community organizing groups.
More information and full job description can be found at:

Deadline: Application deadline is Friday, January 15 at 5:00 PM.
Start Date: February 1, 2015 (roughly)
Work Term: Contract is for one year, with the opportunity for renewal.
Seeking: a passionate and energetic person to fill one of our two core coordinator positions in a busy social justice resource centre. Our core staff play a major role in all areas of the organization, and we’re excited for this person to also bring vision for future growth!
More information and full job description can be found at:


NSPIRG's Winter Funding Round! Deadline January 20!
Do you have a rad project, event or campaign you're working on and could benefit from funding? Read on!
Here are all the details, and the application form:

Welcome to Trade School Halifax. We are delighted to have you here.

This is a self-organised space for alternative education. People from all backgrounds, abilities and ages are invited to both share their skills and learn from others. We believe that everybody has something to offer and look forward to this amazing opportunity to create community.

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