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.
Some people look for jobs on Kijiji, others look for sublets. Michelle Manette was looking for her father.
I guess I never really considered what it would feel like to be denied the right to vote. With Canadian voter turnout so low these past few years, especially in the under-25 bracket, we’re used to worrying about the opposite problem: how to get people to care about exercising their democratic rights. So it was […]
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.