“True Stories Well Told” is taking a micro-break while I pursue my Big MFA Adventure at University of King’s College, on the Dalhousie Campus in Halifax, NS, CA.
The relationship between the two institutions has been described as “uneasy siblings” and “it’s complicated.”
Dalhousie is celebrating its Bicentennial, while U-King’s is even older–est. 1789, to be exact. It’s marvelous to feel affiliated with such a proud educational heritage.
Here are a few scenes from around campus… Enjoy!
The U-King’s main building, my dorm wing in the left wing, just visible at the center of the picture, 2nd floor.
The Dalhousie main building. The “Dal” campus wraps around the U-King’s quadrangle.
This little alley leads to the classroom building where we meet, center rear. Dorms to either side–that’s “Radical Bay” to the left, and “The North Pole” to the right, where I live. The names are ironic–“Radical” because that’s where the seminary students lived, “North Pole” because it was closest to the boiler room.
View from the library’s plaza toward Alexandra Hall, where I stayed last year. Voted one of Canada’s 10 most beautiful dorms, don’t be fooled by appearances.
And a classroom scene. We’ve moved from the usual theater-style lecture hall to the cafeteria to catch some air conditioning.
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