Review: Library

| Mar 2, 2015, in Arts & Culture, Reviews | 0 comments

Library is a series of firsts: first play of the season, first play performed in the King’s library, first student-written play put up in...

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Elections 2k15: Green, Kaya run for External VP

| Feb 11, 2015, in King's Briefs | 0 comments

Jacob Green Jacob Green is a first-year FYP student, who appreciates how Boethius examined the materiality of his own existence through...

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Elections 2k15: Mol, Shaffer, Zaman run for Communications VP

| Feb 10, 2015, in King's Briefs | 3 comments

Jack Mol An avid board game wizard, second-year Jack Mol is actively involved with the King’s Tabletop Gaming Society. A sucker for love,...

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King’s not immune to institutional misogyny

| Jan 15, 2015, in Features, In Focus | 0 comments

One thing the recent Dalhousie Dentistry scandal has shown is however progressive and liberal universities may be, rape culture is alive...

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Review: Titus Andronicus

| Nov 29, 2014, in Arts & Culture, Reviews | 0 comments

Note: This review contains mention of physical and sexual violence, including rape. I sat in the Pit on Wednesday night, after receiving...

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BRIEF: Journalism rep speeches

| Oct 20, 2014, in News | 0 comments

It’s round three of elections this year at King’s, and the competition for the final open spot on the KSU council, journalism...

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Green party leader looks to the future

| Oct 20, 2014, in Features | 0 comments

Canadian author and political environmentalist Elizabeth May visited the University of King’s College campus on Oct. 16 in support of her...

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No fracking way

| Oct 9, 2014, in Features | 0 comments

After a harsh public outcry and a series of environmental debates, fracking is now banned in Nova Scotia. The heated issue caught the...

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BRIEF: Journalism rep disqualification

| Oct 9, 2014, in King's Briefs, News | 1 comment

On October 8, lone candidate Meagan Campbell was disqualified from the race for King’s Students’ Union journalism representative. The...

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A space to act and interact: the Pit hosts pop-up gallery WHEREABOUTS

| Sep 25, 2014, in News | 0 comments

While the Pit was recently renovated with the purpose of being a theatrical venue for King’s students, Mollie Cronin and Amanda Shore had...

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