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Ice cream and long division—YouthNet comes to King’s

| Apr 1, 2018, in City, Features, In Focus | 0 comments

Every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. since January 2018, the sounds of class in the King’s Theatrical Society lecture hall are replaced by the lively, enthusiastic sounds of 20 children. The kids, who range in age from...

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News breakdown: March 17-23

| Mar 25, 2018, in City, News | 0 comments

International Thirty-one people have been killed and 65 wounded in a suicide bombing near a Shia shrine during the start of Norwuz, a New Year’s festival, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The mother of a dead child ripped...

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Review: Everyman

| Mar 23, 2018, in Arts & Culture, In Focus, Reviews | 0 comments

The KTS’s production of Everyman screams of the holy trinity to the sound of...

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News breakdown: March 10 -16

| Mar 18, 2018, in City, News | Comments Off on News breakdown: March 10 -16

International More than 3,000 demonstrations against gun violence in schools...

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Raised to the rafters

| Mar 13, 2018, in Features, In Focus, News | Comments Off on Raised to the rafters

Two more Blue Devils were honoured last month by getting their jerseys retired...

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King’s musician Bella Larsen releases new single

| Mar 9, 2018, in Arts & Culture, Features, In Focus, News | Comments Off on King’s musician Bella Larsen releases new single

  Cara, a new single from Bella Larsen, is a grieving exhale — a...

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Review: Murderer

| Mar 9, 2018, in Arts & Culture, In Focus, Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Murderer

Murderer by Anthony Shaffer is a play that, to quote the director’s note, is...

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Energy changes: From blue to green

| Mar 8, 2018, in News | Comments Off on Energy changes: From blue to green

King’s is quietly on track to cut its annual greenhouse gas emissions by 17...

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