Editor’s Note

| Oct 29, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Editors' Blog, Opinions | 0 comments

Money’s Tight Everywhere By Evelyn Hornbeck and Charlotte Harrison -October 28th, 2011 Occupy movements across North America have proven...

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BREAKING: King’s Chapel Vandalised

| Oct 4, 2011, in News | 0 comments

The King’s chapel was vandalized with fire extinguishers last night or early this morning. The damage was discovered this morning....

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KTS season announced

| Oct 1, 2011, in Arts & Culture, King's Briefs, News | 0 comments

Art Written by Yasmina Reza Directed by Laura Gallagher-Doucette and Miranda Jones Produced by Christine Wilson Wednesday, November 9...

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Into the Fold

| Sep 30, 2011, in Features, News | 0 comments

After years of wandering, Sixbert Himbraza settles down at King’s WUSC at King’s welcomes its first sponsored refugee student. By Barrett...

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Atlantic Acts of Green

| Sep 30, 2011, in Features, News | 0 comments

Although not as widely attended as the annual scavenger hunt, community day was one on the most popular events at this year’s frosh week...

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Festival Insider

| Sep 30, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News | 0 comments

Up all night with “Those Forgotten” By insertnamehere -September 30, 2011 Breaking your film into the Atlantic Film Festival...

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Editor’s note

| Sep 30, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Editors' Blog | 0 comments

The Watch is important. This is not a sentiment you hear expressed often on King’s campus. The Watch gets a lot of flack, from too boring...

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Interview with Ryan Hemsworth

| Sep 30, 2011, in Arts & Culture | 0 comments

King’s student rocks the Montreal Pop Fest By Rose Behar -September 30, 2011 Just before Ryan Hemsworth returned to Montreal for his...

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The end of the Boycott

| Sep 11, 2011, in Editors' Blog | 0 comments

September 11, 2011 Here is the text of the email sent out by KSU President on Friday to announce the end of the Boycott. It was sent to...

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Obituary: Dr. Jane V. Curran

| Aug 2, 2011, in Arts & Culture, News | 1 comment

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Professor Jane Curran passes away

| Aug 1, 2011, in King's Briefs, News | 2 comments

Dalhousie German department chair and King’s lecturer Dr Jane Curran has passed away. King’s chaplain Rev. Canon Dr. Gary...

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Still Fighting it

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News | 0 comments

Students let the provincial Government know that they won’t take fee hikes and service cuts lying down By Katie Toth – April...

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Love of Looking

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News | 0 comments

A new magazine takes a peek at local women in the arts. By Rose Behar – April 22, 2011 There is certainly no shortage of student-run...

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Tutors bid Farewell to Nova Scotia

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News | 0 comments

Four tutors pursue new opportunities outside the Canadian academic system. By Hilary Ilkay – April 22, 2011 This April King’s will...

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KAFCA Caters to King’s

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News | 0 comments

The alternative food collective grows into a budding business. By Jordan Parker – April 22, 2011 The Dean’s kitchen in Alexandra...

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Your Brand New KSU

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News | 0 comments

By Watch Staff – April 22, 2011 President Full name: Gabriel Adrian Hoogers. “It is purely coinciden- tal that the person who has...

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Getting Direction from the Vote Compass

| Apr 22, 2011, in News, Opinions | 0 comments

By Dhruva Balram – April 22, 2011 On the day I turned 18, I went to the closest convenience store to my house in Toronto and bought...

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Ten Minutes with Dr. Anne Leavitt

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, Features, News | 0 comments

Find out what makes our new president tick By Watch Staff – April 22, 2011 The Watch called up Dr. Anne Leavitt, current dean in the...

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King’s Briefs

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, King's Briefs, News, Opinions | 0 comments

PILGRIMAGE ENCOUNTERS SYRIA’S PROBLEMS By Philippa Wolff – April 22, 2011 Recent unrest and major protests in Syria mean that a...

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Letters to the Editor

| Apr 22, 2011, in Arts & Culture, News, Opinions | 0 comments

On Retrospection and Introspection By Adrian Lee – April 22, 2011 For the better part of the past three years, I’ve had a vicious...

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