Weekly horoscopes

| Feb 2, 2018, in Opinions | Comments Off on Weekly horoscopes

Raine Moonwalker is the resident astrologist here at the Watch. She spends her spare time stargazing, reading tarot and meditating. She’s...

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Letter from the executive team

| Dec 8, 2017, in Editorial | Comments Off on Letter from the executive team

Today we were asked to make a retraction to the piece Conveniently Brown: an op-ed to help protect the well-being and reputation of one of...

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Review: Ubu Roi

| Nov 23, 2017, in Arts & Culture, In Focus, Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Ubu Roi

Written By: Alfred Jarry Directed by: Edie Reaney Chunn Produced by: Daniel Halpern and Katrina Jones I’d like to preface this review...

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HIRING: Copy Editor and Treasurer

| Sep 2, 2017, in Editors' Blog | Comments Off on HIRING: Copy Editor and Treasurer

The Watch is hiring both a treasurer and a copy editor for the 2017/18 academic year. We love bringing on new people to work with us, so...

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Annual General Meeting

| Feb 24, 2017, in Editorial, Opinions | Comments Off on Annual General Meeting

We’re hosting our annual general meeting next week. Find more information about it here. Agenda for the meeting:...

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Watch board of publishers: official minutes from Dec. 2, 2016

| Dec 7, 2016, in Editors' Blog | Comments Off on Watch board of publishers: official minutes from Dec. 2, 2016

Winter Meeting of the Watch Board of Publishers Watch Board of Publishers Friday, December 2, 2016, 3:00PM Frazee Room, University of...

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Watch board of publishers: (unofficial) minutes from Oct. 14, 2016

| Dec 7, 2016, in Editors' Blog | Comments Off on Watch board of publishers: (unofficial) minutes from Oct. 14, 2016

These are unofficial minutes from the October 14 meeting of the Watch board of publishers. There was not an official minute-taker at the...

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All Out: Students take to the streets

, and | Nov 2, 2016, in City, In Focus, News | Comments Off on All Out: Students take to the streets

Earlier today, students in Halifax and across Canada took part in “All Out,” a national day of action movement encouraging...

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Getting to know you: People of King’s College

| Oct 21, 2016, in Features, In Focus | Comments Off on Getting to know you: People of King’s College

Judith Stubbert Utilities Employee – Sodexo Canada Proud owner of 15-year-old cat named Willow “I always wanted to be a princess growing...

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From the editors

| Oct 17, 2016, in Editorial, In Focus, Opinions | Comments Off on From the editors

  We feel that there’s something that the King’s community needs to be reminded of: This is your magazine. We’ve been very surprised...

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The Watch is electing a publisher

| Aug 23, 2012, in Job Postings | Comments Off on The Watch is electing a publisher

Election to be held Monday, September 10th at 4:30 p.m. By The Watch Executive | August 23, 2012 The Watch is currently seeking a new...

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The Watch coverage of the Day of Action

| Feb 2, 2012, in News | Comments Off on The Watch coverage of the Day of Action

Miss our livetweeting today? Wish you could go back in time? Well here’s how the day unfolded. Check our handy Storify:...

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King’s Briefs

| Jan 28, 2012, in Arts & Culture, King's Briefs | Comments Off on King’s Briefs

January 28, 2012 New student don takes on Alex Hall basement With files from Paul Robinson The basement of Alex Hall has a new junior...

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Letter from the Editors

| Jan 28, 2012, in Arts & Culture, Opinions | Comments Off on Letter from the Editors

One Question Down. January 28, 2012 The big question that has consumed the union (and The Watch) since the beginning of the year was...

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Editorsblog: Canteen referendum voided

| Jan 17, 2012, in Editors' Blog | 4 comments

Well team, we have to vote all over again. What’s the problem? See this post. The short story: The referendum question listed the...

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The Editor’s blog returns: Referendum Challenges

| Jan 13, 2012, in Editors' Blog | 5 comments

By Evey Hornbeck – January 13, 2012 This week we all voted on the student canteen. Many (well, some) attended the discussion on...

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Clustered Knowledge

| Dec 13, 2011, in Arts & Culture, News | Comments Off on Clustered Knowledge

Examining the Situating Science knowledge cluster at King’s By Jane Caulfield -December 12, 2011 In the modern world of science,...

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Editor’s Note

| Dec 13, 2011, in Editors' Blog, Opinions | 1 comment

It’s been a heavy news semester. We at the Watch certainly haven’t wanted for material. The halls of King’s have been buzzing with it. And...

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Worth Saving

| Oct 29, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News, Opinions | Comments Off on Worth Saving

FYP Tutor and Don Dr. Matthew Furlong believes in the chapel By Matthew Furlong -October 28th, 2011 I want to begin with two disclaimers:...

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Passion for The Planet

| Oct 29, 2011, in Arts & Culture, News | 1 comment

Emilie Novaczek is Going to Change The World By Alexandra Esty -October 28th, 2011 When Emilie Novacezk was in the first grade, “and maybe...

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