“I don’t want to live in a world that’s underwater”

and | Oct 14, 2018, in City, News | 0 comments

On Thursday Oct. 4, King’s student Lily Barraclough addressed Halifax’s Environment and Sustainability Standing Committee. Barraclough is...

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Those boots are made for walking: 5 ways to get off campus this fall

| Sep 25, 2018, in City, Features, In Focus | 0 comments

As summer turns to fall, it’s easy to find reasons to hole up in your dorm room. Cooler weather is perfect for watching Halloween movies,...

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Ice cream and long division—YouthNet comes to King’s

| Apr 1, 2018, in City, Features, In Focus | Comments Off on Ice cream and long division—YouthNet comes to King’s

Every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. since January 2018, the sounds of class in the King’s Theatrical Society lecture hall are replaced by the...

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News breakdown: March 17-23

| Mar 25, 2018, in City, News | Comments Off on News breakdown: March 17-23

International Thirty-one people have been killed and 65 wounded in a suicide bombing near a Shia shrine during the start of Norwuz, a New...

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News breakdown: March 10 -16

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International More than 3,000 demonstrations against gun violence in schools took place across every U.S. state, drawing approximately...

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News breakdown: Feb. 24 – March 2

| Mar 4, 2018, in City, News | Comments Off on News breakdown: Feb. 24 – March 2

International China will drop presidential term limits, put the judiciary under the control of the Communist Party and approve a National...

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