Inside One of the Largest Societies at King’s

| Nov 9, 2019, in Arts & Culture | 0 comments

The cast of All My Sons starts their rehearsal with vocal warm ups, buzzing air through their lips and reciting tongue twisters of...

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FIN: Giving Voice to Indigenous Experience

| Oct 1, 2019, in Arts & Culture, City | Comments Off on FIN: Giving Voice to Indigenous Experience

The Atlantic International Film Festival had a wide-ranging multiplicity of voices through independent filmmakers this year. Here are...

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Stick it to ya

| Apr 5, 2019, in Arts & Culture, News | Comments Off on Stick it to ya

Your local tattoo shop might not be using a pen and ink to give tattoos, but someone on your campus might be. They’re called...

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Review: The Laramie Project

| Mar 4, 2019, in Arts & Culture, In Focus, Reviews | Comments Off on Review: The Laramie Project

  Packed into the familiar setting of the King’s Wardroom, Bad Ideas Theatre Collective aimed to transport its audience from Halifax,...

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Penguin Contest: Creative Non-fiction

| Feb 10, 2019, in Arts & Culture, In Focus | Comments Off on Penguin Contest: Creative Non-fiction

Graduating students in the Master of Fine Art in Creative Nonfiction have the opportunity to win $2500 by submitting a piece of their...

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In the Dead of Winter: Photo essay

| Feb 1, 2019, in Arts & Culture, City, In Focus, Photo Galleries | Comments Off on In the Dead of Winter: Photo essay

In the Dead of Winter is a unique festival experience that prioritizes songwriters. This doesn’t only manifest in the feel of the...

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