Budget Bonus

Despite lower revenue, the KSU has increased funding for union work. KSU financial vice-president Nick Harris was enthusiastic while presenting this year’s budget at the Fall Annual General Meeting, and students voted it in with some smiles. “When we come together, we create a type of harmony. And what I think is that this budget […]

In Focus News

KSU passes a deficit budget

The King’s Student Union’s 2018-19 budget passed at this year’s fall annual general meeting with a deficit, meaning that expenses will outweigh revenue this year.          The budget differs from the draft version that was presented at the 2018 spring annual general meeting by several thousand dollars. The spring general meeting is where students voted […]

In Focus King's Briefs News

New resource in the J-school: "Angela or angel?"

When facing journalism’s exacting standards, students can now get advice from someone who knows them well: Angela Mombourquette, the J-School’s new writing coach. Mombourquette is an award-winning freelance writer and has taught journalism at King’s since 2015. She’s worked as a television producer, columnist and editor since graduating with an undergraduate degree in radio and […]

City In Focus News

Kinder Morgan pipeline: Protesters gather in Halifax

The protesters’ breath came out in clouds as they chanted, “No remissions on our emissions,” on the shaded sidewalk in front of Liberal MP Andy Fillmore’s office. The 42 protesters stood on the sidewalk expressing their disagreement with the Liberal government’s approval of the oil company Kinder Morgan’s new pipeline project. Some protesters held signs […]

Arts & Culture City

Nocturne: Art at Night celebrates ninth festival

Earlier this month, Nocturne: Art at Night hosted its ninth event. This year’s theme was ‘Motive’ and participating artists were invited to engage with this theme while preparing their pieces and performances. Since the beginning, Nocturne has seen the number of visitors grow by thousands with each festival as more members of the public wander […]

Features In Focus News

A new man on campus

This year Professor William Lahey became the 25th President of the University of King’s College. Lahey is entering his term of presidency with a background in the fields of law and government. He has worked at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie for 15 years with plans to continue teaching during his presidency. “King’s […]