$100 back in your pocket

| Sep 8, 2015, in News | Comments Off on $100 back in your pocket

Here is a rare sentence: students at King’s are saving money. As September rolls in, the troubling news from April still haunts some...

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Editor’s note: February issue

and | Feb 17, 2015, in Opinions | 6 comments

This editor’s note was published in the February 2015 issue. At the time of writing, we had not received the cheque for the first 50...

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Committing to making a change

, and | Nov 15, 2014, in Features | Comments Off on Committing to making a change

Embarrassment, disgrace and fear. The stigma that surrounds mental health is real and it’s not going away anytime soon. So what should...

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Remembering Abby

| Sep 13, 2014, in Features, Profiles | Comments Off on Remembering Abby

The loss of a child is nothing easy for a mother to overcome, but after the death of King’s student Abby Bryant, the celebration of her...

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Kenyan runners race for Bryant

| Jun 3, 2014, in In Focus, News | Comments Off on Kenyan runners race for Bryant

  Although the passing of his stepdaughter is still fresh in his mind, Ethan Michaels has felt community support for Abby Bryant like...

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King’s considers cutting student Patrol jobs, hiring professional security

| Mar 7, 2014, in News | Comments Off on King’s considers cutting student Patrol jobs, hiring professional security

It’s likely that fewer patrol staff will be hired next fall, as King’s is looking to hire professional security to watch over the campus...

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School of Journalism website gets hacked

| Dec 6, 2013, in King's Briefs | Comments Off on School of Journalism website gets hacked

If you logged onto the University of King’s College journalism website on Oct. 19, you may have came across a Matrix-style scrolling text...

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Students head back to the polls for four KSU races

| Oct 16, 2013, in News | 3 comments

Four of the five races for the KSU elections will be heading back to the polls this week after union chair Jake Eidinger announced last...

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Registrar, Bursar and Advancement: Three offices to know on campus

| Sep 13, 2013, in News | Comments Off on Registrar, Bursar and Advancement: Three offices to know on campus

The first year of university can be overwhelming to some. Costs of education go up and grades tend to drop. But don’t fret because the...

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Brit science fiction brings students together on campus

| Jul 18, 2013, in News | Comments Off on Brit science fiction brings students together on campus

Seven students settle down, snacking on popcorn and tea, ready for what they’ve been waiting for – this week’s episode of Doctor Who. This...

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KSU interviews for John Adams’s replacements

| Mar 21, 2013, in In Focus, News | Comments Off on KSU interviews for John Adams’s replacements

Update: The King’s Students’ Union has hired former King’s student and teaching assistant Chris Parsons to replace John...

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