Letter from the executive team

| Dec 8, 2017, in Editorial | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

  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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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 | 0 comments

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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Open Season

| Oct 29, 2011, in Arts & Culture, News | 0 comments

King’s Theatrical Society’s Frist Season Brings Big Changes By Seana Stevenson -October 28th, 2011 The King’s Theatrical...

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