KSU presents a balanced budget with no major cuts, pay for executive and laid-off staff and exec not included in the lines.
Due to an unforeseen error, this story shows the incorrect author. Chase Fitzgerald wrote this story.
If you’re just starting out at King’s, there are some great places go check out that aren’t too far from campus. And if you aren’t in Halifax yet, here’s something to look forward to.
Second-year journalism student started his business pre-COVID-19, but has plans to grow it this year.
Most King’s societies will be fully online, but all are prepared to make sure that this isn’t a wasted year.
The oldest student society in North America is dropping its racist namesake, adopting “Uking’s Literary Society” as its new name.
King’s sent an email to incoming students on June 26th confirming that residences will be open this fall at half capacity. The Watch obtained a copy of the email, in which the Dean of Students Katie Merwin outlines some of the changes coming. “I am happy to inform you that our residences at King’s will […]
In an ongoing attempt to promote the accessibility of King’s Student Union (KSU) politics, The Watch has worked to provide a non-bias set of interviews of each candidate. Provided below is a list of candidates with interviews about what brought them to running, their plans, and much more. On Feb. 11th and Feb. 12th, 2020, […]
Sustainability officer Brianna Aird shares her opinion on Sabina Wex’s article “Spoiled Greens”, which appeared in April’s magazine.
This year’s Green Week, put on by Sustainability King’s, left a sour impression on some students. While some change was effected during the week, first-year student
The Foundation Year Program has been losing students at a rapid rate, going from two drop outs in 2009/10 to 18 in this last year. Sabina Wex talked to students to find out why.