Despite student protest, Dalhousie University passes its second tuition increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Revised safety plans and a spread-out academic timetable will make in-person classes a reality at King’s this fall. Students can also look forward to face-to-face student life and services.
Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The Board of Governor’s representatives are responsible for sitting on the Board as voting members, representing the interests of students, and reporting events that happen at the Board to KSU Council. Naomi Puddicombe Naomi Puddicombe (she/her) is a first-year student pursuing a […]
Editor’s note: this article is a part of a series of candidate interviews. The Financial Vice President is responsible for putting together budgets, processing society funding requests, and acting as the liaison with the bursar’s office and King’s budget committee. Victoria Gibbs Victoria Gibbs (she/her) is a second-year studying Political Science and International Development. She […]
Bridget Landry says with online schooling, just taking care of herself comes at the cost of marks.
Over the summer a mentorship program was created. The goal? Give incoming students a taste of the King’s community.
Founder says the idea came after a long wait from the Dalhousie Accessibility Centre for accommodations.
Production kits have been provided to journalism students amidst online learning.