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The old and the new editors

It’s been a great year King’s. Through all the ups and downs this year, I’m really proud of the position that the Watch is currently in both financially and socially. We’re leaving the year with a $6,000 surplus, which I think is grat for the upcoming year. I’m hoping that next year we will be able […]

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Meet Casey: the canine on campus

  Nine years ago, Casey joined the Lahey family. This year, she joined the King’s family. Now, anyone taking a stroll through the quad, or traveling to and from class, may encounter Casey out for a walk with President William Lahey. For many, including myself, Casey has made for an easy introduction to the university’s new […]

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A new kind of bay

After a lengthy renovation process, North Pole Bay is once again filled with life. Not only is the updated building sporting a new interior layout, it’s also now the home to a specific kind of student – a mature one. While those living in North Pole are spread across disciplines and range in school years, […]

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Reviews on tap

  The Wardroom, day and night, is a gathering place. King’s students and their guests can meet, chat, read and study. Each and every King’s student knows that the Wardy is the place to go — whether young or old, drinking or not. There is however, one difference between the day and the night in […]

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North Pole gets a facelift

With the new year rung in and students back for the winter term, King’s has set out to fulfill one of its biggest projects of the year—renovating North Pole Bay. The renovations, which will include a full remodel of the aesthetic and technical aspects of the bay, are necessary for the state of the building. […]

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Work hard, play hard

It’s Monday.   The day begins with you handing in an all-nighter paper followed by two hours of lecture on a topic you don’t fully understand. Lecture finally comes to a close with a relieved round of applause from the hall. As you push back your seat and collect your things, you wonder if everyone […]

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Proposed tuition hike sparks student rage at town hall

Thursday night, the students’ union executives held a town hall meeting to inform students of the details surrounding the recently proposed $1,000 hike to FYP tuition. Attendees were also given a chance to ask questions and express their own thoughts and feelings during the event. The meeting educated students on the current options being considered […]

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$1,000 hike to FYP tuition on the table

A recently proposed tuition hike at King’s has the students’ union doubting the future of the school and their voice in financial decisions.   A committee on student fees, formed at the beginning of the summer, has been tasked with making recommendations on tuition adjustments. The committee has been considering a $1,000 increase to the […]