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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News breakdown: Feb. 10 – 16

| Feb 19, 2018, in City, News | Comments Off on News breakdown: Feb. 10 – 16

International News: Fourteen students and three school staff, have been killed in a school shooting by a 19-year-old former student at a...

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King’s students looking for something new in KSU elections

| Feb 12, 2018, in In Focus, News | Comments Off on King’s students looking for something new in KSU elections

King’s Students’ Union executive and Board of Governors rep. positions are poised to change hands after this month’s upcoming election....

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Thank you, Michael

| Feb 12, 2018, in Features, In Focus, Profiles | Comments Off on Thank you, Michael

Over the holidays, former journalism school director Michael Cobden passed away at the age of 77. Cobden oversaw the j-school through a...

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Galley snacks for Wardroom’s ‘early haps’

| Feb 9, 2018, in In Focus, News | Comments Off on Galley snacks for Wardroom’s ‘early haps’

For the past six years, King’s’ on-campus coffee shop has been the Galley. A student-priced place now decked-out with grilled cheeses,...

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King’s students help revive Youth Advisory Council

| Feb 9, 2018, in City, Features, In Focus, News | Comments Off on King’s students help revive Youth Advisory Council

  Halifax will be bringing back the Youth Advisory Council next year after it was dissolved in 2013. The youth council was...

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