The perils of publishing online

| Apr 18, 2016, in News | Comments Off on The perils of publishing online

Imagine: you get a Facebook request from someone you don’t know. You don’t recognize the name, or you think you do but aren’t quite sure...

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Chill jams

| Jan 16, 2016, in News | Comments Off on Chill jams

The scene: You have no interest in going outside any more than necessary. With makeshift padding from scarves and your coat, the window...

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MAP: Winter comfort

| Nov 26, 2015, in City | Comments Off on MAP: Winter comfort

You can pile on blanket scarves all you want, but will they be enough to thaw the end-of-semester chill? November weather in Nova Scotia...

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Provincial budget a hard hit to students

| Apr 10, 2015, in In Focus, News | Comments Off on Provincial budget a hard hit to students

The 2015-16 Nova Scotia provincial budget dropped on Thursday. And as it did, so did many jaws. Anger spread among many students as it was...

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If you’ve never been a day student

| Mar 17, 2015, in In Focus, Op-Eds, Opinions | Comments Off on If you’ve never been a day student

I hear other people reminisce about their time at King’s – okay, mostly first year – and it sounds like the stuff in brochures....

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Students raise signs in hopes of lower fees

and | Feb 7, 2015, in News | Comments Off on Students raise signs in hopes of lower fees

The streets of downtown Halifax were full of red and black placards Wednesday as hundreds marched to Province House. Students, parents,...

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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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Impacting the law

| Nov 15, 2014, in News | Comments Off on Impacting the law

Our generation is in a tricky spot. The children of hippies, the rhetoric of our days is a confusing combination of “be-the-change”...

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Bookshelf decisions

| Oct 9, 2014, in Features | Comments Off on Bookshelf decisions

Oh, you go to King’s? Isn’t that, like, a LOT of reading? Yes, composite Dal student. Yes it is. Those who make this awed observation are...

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Not Interested

| May 31, 2014, in News | Comments Off on Not Interested

The announcement that the Nova Scotia provincial government would be eliminating interest from provincial student loans came as welcome...

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