Jesse Laufer is running unopposed for the external vice-president gig. He’s had lots of experience with student activism, and hopes to continue his work on the union exec.
Haydn Watters, who accomplished the unusual feat of being visible as journalism rep this year, is running for communications vice-president. We look back on his year as a councilor, as well as to what he has in store should he be elected as CVP.
Election season hits King’s next week. Speeches will be filled with the usual bullshit of “more transparency, student activism and trend X to be applied to TWAK” (what’ll it be next? Holograms? Morse Code? Smoke signals?!). You can guarantee The Watch will follow it every step of the way.
Sales were down at the Wardroom this fall, compared to last year, and at the Galley, compared to last March.
KSU executive or council members have asked us on at least three occasions this semester about the “angle” our stories would be taking, including last night after the in-camera session – something that we wouldn’t tell the Prime Minister if he asked.
Tabs and debit are on the way to the Wardy.
The days of epic KTS productions like Hair or Noises Off are over. At least for the time being, the KTS will be focusing on smaller productions.
Getting cash for Wardroom drinks will cost a bit more. Fees are going up, despite the student union’s request to keep the price low.
The guys in Nick Everett and Everybody took their noisy folk on the road this summer. Now that they’ve returned to day jobs, we sat down with them to chat about life on tour, playing shows and what’s next for the band.
The music has left the building. The King’s College Orchestra, a two-year old society, transitioned into the Halifax Music Co-op, a public organization in Halifax, and moved off campus.