Hatt’s off: Dean of students moving on to a new adventure

| Feb 8, 2018, in Features, In Focus, News | Comments Off on Hatt’s off: Dean of students moving on to a new adventure

After about 15 years at King’s, it’s time for Nicholas Hatt to don his hat and move on to a new adventure. As of Feb. 14, Nicholas Hatt,...

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Hopping for mental health

| Dec 11, 2017, in Features, In Focus, News | Comments Off on Hopping for mental health

If you spent any time at all walking across the King’s quad this fall, chances are you spotted something initially odd: a seated student...

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The King’s Blue Devil

| Dec 8, 2017, in Features, In Focus | Comments Off on The King’s Blue Devil

Don’t be alarmed if you enter the Kingdome this year and encounter a little Blue Devil. He’s friendly, and might even give you a high five...

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Father Gary Thorne Reflects Back on his Eleven Years at King’s

| Dec 5, 2017, in Features, In Focus | Comments Off on Father Gary Thorne Reflects Back on his Eleven Years at King’s

It isn’t hard to draw parallels between the wizardly and witchy universe of Hogwarts and the enchanting life of the University of King’s...

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‘Optimism is not a choice, it’s just the way we have to live up there’

| Nov 30, 2017, in Arts & Culture, City, Features, In Focus, News | Comments Off on ‘Optimism is not a choice, it’s just the way we have to live up there’

The Jerry Cans bring Inuit-infused ceilidh to Halifax   The Carleton Music Bar and Grill was lively Sunday night with no ordinary...

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Introducing Moka – King’s has a new best friend

| Nov 21, 2017, in Features, In Focus | Comments Off on Introducing Moka – King’s has a new best friend

Everyone knows Casey the labradoodle, but there’s a new big dog on campus: Moka, owned by KSU Services and Campaigns Coordinator Michaela...

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