King’s style guide

and | Nov 15, 2017, in Arts & Culture, City, Features, In Focus, King's Briefs | Comments Off on King’s style guide

Before I came to King’s, I heard the jokes. Comments like, “you wear mom jeans? You’ll fit right in.” In my...

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Hoax or haunted: The truth behind King’s’ grim ghost stories

| Nov 2, 2017, in City, In Focus, King's Briefs | Comments Off on Hoax or haunted: The truth behind King’s’ grim ghost stories

Since arriving at King’s, I’ve heard tales of some spirits who haunt the halls of our beloved university and decided to track...

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Climbing, Communion, Compline and Community

| Oct 2, 2017, in In Focus, King's Briefs | Comments Off on Climbing, Communion, Compline and Community

University of King’s College students, faculty members and outdoor lovers all flocked into cars eager to see the grandeur of Cape Split at...

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Dear Day Student (Life Advice for the Day Students Among Us)

| Sep 5, 2017, in In Focus, King's Briefs | Comments Off on Dear Day Student (Life Advice for the Day Students Among Us)

Written for The Watch by the King’s Day Students’ Society Dear Day Student, Whether you walk, bike, drive or transfer from...

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FYP lectures to look forward to

| Sep 4, 2017, in In Focus, King's Briefs | Comments Off on FYP lectures to look forward to

As an upper-year student, the urge to redo the Foundation Year Programme (FYP) has followed me throughout my undergraduate degree. The...

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King’s tuition hike is on the table, just not for this year

| Oct 17, 2015, in King's Briefs | Comments Off on King’s tuition hike is on the table, just not for this year

University of King’s College board of governors votes for option on $1,000 tuition hike; student union is not impressed.   Positions...

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