Worn-in couches, rickety tables and what some might refer to as a mysterious musky smell. To an outsider, these characteristics aren’t appealing, but to a King’s student, they sound like home. The Wardroom is famous for its cozy, laid back atmosphere. But after celebrating its 35th birthday last month, some students joke that the bar […]
The elimination of interest on Nova Scotia’s provincial student loans may seem like boon for bluenose students, but it may mean other things for those who stay in the province after school.
The History of Science and Technology program has come into money, receiving over $222,000 for summer and scholastic programs.
With tuition costs soaring, students like Rebecca Zimmer have to look for more innovative ways to pay for schooling.
Journalism professor Stephen Kimber gains a Libris nomination for his book on the Cuban Five.
Sara O’Bryon, a fourth-year CSP student, shares her insights on the Kappa Alpha controversy.
One facet of sustainability in Halifax is turning five and it wants students to help head its new projects.
Election to be held Monday, September 10th at 4:30 p.m. By The Watch Executive | August 23, 2012 The Watch is currently seeking a new publisher for the 2012-2013 year. This position is an executive position, chosen by an election process at a meeting in September. The job details, as per our constitution: The Publisher […]
Students from Halifax universities marched downtown on Feb 1, 2012, demanding increased funding and tuition cuts.
January 28, 2012 New student don takes on Alex Hall basement With files from Paul Robinson The basement of Alex Hall has a new junior don—third-year student Jake Glover. “I like it a lot and am very excited to become part of the don team,” said Glover. Residence dons are part of the residence support […]