Review: The Laramie Project

| Mar 26, 2016, in Reviews | 1 comment

The Laramie Project (directed by Josh Feldman, with assistance from Jonathan Brown-Gilbert) is unlike any play I’ve ever seen. It...

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Review: Equus

| Mar 17, 2016, in Arts & Culture, Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Equus

Equus, written by Peter Shaffer and directed by Jack Smith, has been the talk of King’s for several weeks. I’ve met quite a few people...

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Review: Orlando

| Mar 3, 2016, in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Orlando

Orlando, directed by Julia Schultz, is a springy, frothy concoction with a serious underlying message. The play grapples with gender...

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Infringement Festival 2016: 3rd night review

| Jan 22, 2016, in Reviews | Comments Off on Infringement Festival 2016: 3rd night review

NOTE: Enlightenment Café, Journey to the Centre of Ourselves, and Eureka! Zaire will be reviewed at a later date. The third night of...

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Infringement Festival 2016: 2nd night review

| Jan 20, 2016, in Reviews | Comments Off on Infringement Festival 2016: 2nd night review

NOTE: The Waiting Gentlewoman and Hard Rock Kids will be reviewed at a later date. People gathered in the Pit once again for the second...

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Infringement Festival 2016: Opening night review

| Jan 19, 2016, in News, Reviews | 1 comment

Even a fire alarm couldn’t damper Infringement’s opening night. The week-long student-written theatre festival kicked off on Monday night...

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Review: 4:48 Psychosis

| Nov 12, 2015, in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: 4:48 Psychosis

Danielle Adessky’s version of 4:48 Psychosis is upfront with its intentions. The trigger warning before the performance lays bare its...

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String of floods at King’s attributed to vandalism

| Oct 28, 2015, in News | Comments Off on String of floods at King’s attributed to vandalism

The King’s Library has flooded for the second time in one week. The bottom floor of the library, which flooded on Oct. 21, flooded again...

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Potential tuition hike pushed back a year, still on the table

| Sep 29, 2015, in News | Comments Off on Potential tuition hike pushed back a year, still on the table

Community cooperation and frustration collided at a consultation between students, professors and administration on Sept. 28th. Students...

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The presidential search continues

| Sep 7, 2015, in News | Comments Off on The presidential search continues

As FYP students scramble to find their textbooks and upper year students engage in quests for cheap ramen noodles, King’s is performing...

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Anthems of the J-school

| Apr 9, 2015, in Opinions | Comments Off on Anthems of the J-school

Ed. note: Be advised that many of these songs contain profanity. And please, please wear headphones in the library. Lists are great. In...

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CSP: Contemporary Studies Playlist

| Mar 30, 2015, in In Focus, Opinions | Comments Off on CSP: Contemporary Studies Playlist

Ed. note: Be advised that many of these songs contain profanity. And please, please wear headphones in the library. The great madness is...

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Undergoing a restructuring

| Oct 10, 2014, in Features, In Focus | Comments Off on Undergoing a restructuring

Returning to King’s for the fall semester is always accompanied by familiar sights. Freshly polished floors and cleaned dorm rooms. The...

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Funding a solution

| May 30, 2014, in News | Comments Off on Funding a solution

Paying for tuition is a major concern for students in Nova Scotia. Those who don’t have scholarships, family support or student loans have...

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New scholarships generous to wealthy students

| Feb 24, 2014, in Op-Eds | 1 comment

King’s, the defiantly liberal 224-year-old university, has come into money. Sobeys has generously donated $2 million to our beloved...

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External: Bolduc and Douglas vow conversation, community

and | Feb 11, 2014, in News, Profiles | Comments Off on External: Bolduc and Douglas vow conversation, community

Jon Bolduc is running for the position of external vice-president (EVP). This is the third-year’s first interaction with the KSU. A...

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King’s president calls for increased international student enrolment

| Jan 13, 2014, in News | 2 comments

Planning for the future was the subject of President George Cooper’s annual address to King’s on Tuesday, Jan.7. “I’ve called it the...

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Badminton coach calls on King’s community to increase its support of varsity teams

| Dec 6, 2013, in Features | 1 comment

On any given Wednesday night, the King’s gym is covered by a mountain of badminton shuttles. After being poured out of several massive...

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Prize-winning author speaks at annual lecture

| Dec 6, 2013, in King's Briefs, News | Comments Off on Prize-winning author speaks at annual lecture

Michael Ondaatje explored the affect of literature on society and other forms of art during the Alex Fountain Memorial Lecture on Nov. 14....

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Michael Ondaatje discusses literature as art at Alex Fountain Memorial Lecture

| Nov 17, 2013, in News | Comments Off on Michael Ondaatje discusses literature as art at Alex Fountain Memorial Lecture

Michael Ondaatje explored the affect of literature on society and other forms of art during the Alex Fountain Memorial Lecture on Nov. 14....

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